My practice explores the multifaceted implications and ramifications of sexuality in regards to the human form. In an attempt to analyze sexuality, specifically pertaining to the bodies of women of color, I use the form of the body, as well as, the pointed absence of the body in my works. I investigate the myths in dangerousness surrounding the complexities of Black female existence often using and referencing my own body as a source of inspiration. This investigation has led to my interest in visual storytelling focused around the Black Femme reality. I work with clay as a material in order to emphasize a necessary fragility which symbolizes an essential contradiction implicit in empowerments. My work is a celebration of vulnerability and strength in which I intend to challenge social conditioning, assumptions of body consciousness, patriarchal constructs, and intersectional rights.