My work examines the disintegration of family structures and dynamics brought upon by war, trauma, migration, and loss. Often referencing revealing aspects of my own childhood, history, current events, and contemporary culture, the work delves into the fractures that take place in the family unit and the profound impact that sociopolitical and cultural shifts can have in altering their lives and impairing their relationship. Constructed from an inventory of drawings, journal pages, photographs and found ephemera, each colorful composition invites the viewer into a space where artistic inquiry and documentation can lead them to self-discovery and finding common ground.