My general practice revolves around a deeply rooted interest in ruins, particularly household remnants and their psychological ties to human beings. I have always been fascinated by obscure histories, often associating my own fabricated narratives to anything showing signs of temporal abrasions. This enigmatic sense of wonder driven by my interest in human histories is the key motivation behind the images that I create. I typically adapt self- portraiture as an element of performance in order to establish a dialogue with the space. I am currently engaged with performances that play on the instability of memory and identity. My self- portraits become less about self-reflexivity, and more about the deconstruction of the concept of self-portraiture.