My artistic practice is concentrated on the observation and acknowledgement of historical preconceived notions and symbols of lesbian culture. Historically, there has been a longstanding trend that many refer to as the "disappearing lesbian." With this trend, lesbians are often categorized in the realms of two extreme worlds rooted in stereotype. Lesbians are either villainized for being too masculine or over-sexualized to satisfy the heterosexual male gaze. This, naturally, results in a loss of sexual orientation and collective identity. My current body of work digs through queer history and finds moments and spaces where lesbian culture has existed and helped other subsets of the LGBTQIA2S+ community grow. In my craft, I love playing with textiles and traditional craft materials that have historical associations with women and "female work." I use these materials as a base on which to weave in queer references, striving to bring the disappearing lesbian back into the light. When titling my works, I incorporate historical queer phrasing that often has been lost to time, mirroring the loss of many aspects of queer culture itself. This causes viewers to dive into the chosen words, research their meaning, and, hopefully, bring these forgotten queer concepts back to life.