In many ways my art is a manifestation of what goes on in my imagination, I often create from that brooding melancholy of both darkness and light, a balance I often struggle to find in my own life. Through this I can explore emotion and femininity to create worlds that are both surreal and whimsical like the fairytales that I love. Things of the past inspire the way I create, using texture to emulate painterly or photographic styles and often favoring a square format rather than the standard 2:3 ratio. I aim to create images that can transport the viewer to new worlds or pull them in by the emotions the image is meant to convey. My process of creation is one that often manifests itself inside my mind; my camera and computer are merely accessories to help me bring these fantasies into reality.