One of the aspects that I love about printmaking is how process-oriented it is, and the mystery that can result. I tend to me more drawn to fine prints in which there is a level of curiosity on my part to try to figure out how the image was constructed. In addition to this, within my own work, I enjoy having a level of experimentation (and often times failure), with the materials I explore. While I am rooted in traditional printmaking processes such as lithography and woodcut, I like to pair these traditional working methods with materials such as chicken skins, cookies, and hair, for example. Below are some images of my process and the materials used to create imagery that quite often, upon first glance, one cannot make the connection between the materials used and the resulting fine print.