As I grow as an artist, I am working to bring some of my work to project scale. This means more elaborate, involved pieces, but it also means expanding the way my work is seen and experienced.
Drawdown is a process of depletion. The term usually refers to faceless things: investments, deployments, water levels. For me, however, it's personal. Between 2007 and 2012, I suffered devastating financial, emotional and physical depletion.The DrawDown Project represents my restoration. In a daily series of web-published self portraits, I reaffirm my art practice, document my recovery and explore states of being.