My work in video, photography and installation art examines the revisionistic nature of human narratives. Through the separation and reintegration of parts — by repurposing found materials, altering or deconstructing imagery, and combining disparate symbols — I explore the ways in which people construct their realities and assign meaning to the world they inhabit. My approach mirrors the selection and fabrication of perceived reality, incorporating the embedded and embodied knowledge of lived experiences while questioning the possibility of defining “justified true belief.” In probing this process, I contribute to the global dialog about our shared humanity and how we simultaneously create, control and consume the world around us.