I am a multi-disciplinary creative director and stylist exploring themes of the good, the bad, and the ugly detailing anti-beauty and dystopian society. My influences are sourcing from social media, influencer culture, pop culture and day-to-day life where I observe everything as an opportunity to be creative.
I am fascinated by the technological world we live in; dystopia is something that both frightens and inspires me, and I see it as a gateway to endless creative output. I mainly have interest in creative direction, I love coming up with unique ideas to explore and tell a story through my images and styling is just an element to compliment that. In my images, everything has a purpose and is a prop to the development of the character of the story.
I enjoy exploring subjects revolving around obsession, kitsch, and sanity. Most of my work is derived from what I am experiencing in that moment; the questions I have and how I see the world. I use my work as an outlook to answer these questions, most of them being on life as a woman and collective experiences with mental health and human functionality.
In a sense my work plays into an art therapy aspect, when I make images based around something I am struggling with it helps me see it from a different perspective and eventually feeds into my own mentality turning it into something positive. I like to keep thinks fun and upbeat, using witty humour that comes from my own nostalgia, I am inspired by old cartoons, films and art that are personal to me, and hope to reach out to others that will understand my message.
The Body Circus is a publication I made about body dysmorphia through the lens of plastic surgery. I use nostalgic TV and cartoon references like the Kardashians, The Simpsons, and Pinocchio to bring humour and light onto something that I and many others struggle with. The main inspiration for the publication came from influencer culture and pop culture. It started from a deep dive into the sex doll industry and flourished into a exploration of prosthetics and anti-beauty.