My public artwork focuses on uplifting important community members, native plants and animals, local histories, and cosmic landscapes with figures that speak to unity and humanity. I consider the need for us to reconnect to nature and the land that we reside on. I combine flat shapes with dimensional imagery to provide a dynamic viewing experience. The use of silhouettes provides a relatability to any viewer and the colorful palette catches the eyes of those passing by. I like to provide public artwork experiences that provide something pleasant to look at while also holding a deeper meaning of community and connection to the land and each other. I believe that when people are portrayed in murals, they should live in and represent the community where the mural is located. I also enjoy hosting community painting days where all ages can participate in the painting process. I believe that art should be for everyone, and that providing public art experiences to our communities can make that happen.