My art is centered around consumerism, surveillance, and technology. My commercial work participates in the economy with advertisements of thrift clothing. The involvement I have within this economic and societal spectacle intrigues me so I have been analyzing it through digital art and graphic design. I have explored subjects such as fashion sustainability and mass production, as well as materialism and value. This was working through my responsibility and direction within my marketplace. My most recent work is a photography story that is more conceptual than my other projects. It explores and observes the notion of surveillance in our everyday lives through staged scenes and images. The work seeks to highlight the ominous nature of surveillance as well as our passive acceptance of it. Throughout all of my work, I use vintage clothes and objects because it reflects the abstraction of our current times as we manically shuffle through different scenes in time to connect with. In using the aesthetic of our times, I am merely holding a mirror to what society sees as valuable or worth looking at. By juggling subjects such as consumerism, sales, advertisements, sustainability, materialism, surveillance, and technology, I feel my work is inching towards exploring the spectacle of society. I am interested in how media, advertising, entainmentment, and the economy work together to create a social system that we are enslaved to.