Drawing inspiration from the history of the female figure in art, she uses the curves and lines of the body and transfers it to a block of wood. The intricate pathways that go in and out of the red or black wood produces a biomorphic sculpture that resembles a growing organism.
The organism grows through the nook and crannies to gently sit against the skin. It crawls up towards the neck, droops down off the ears or just protrudes off a piece of clothing. Although the pieces are celebrations of the female figure, they are often formed with two contrasting elements; the positive and negative or the masculine and feminine. Two energies that need to be balanced to coexist in an individual as well as with others.