My recent work imagines the complexities of human experience through weaving and embroidery. I am making connections between traumatic experiences such as illness and addiction, and the psychological and somatic responses engendered by these experiences. These works incorporate conscripted objects---wooden frames, bottle caps, vessels and ephemera---which I combine with various forms of weaving, sewing and quilting. These identifiable objects imbue my work with a sense of the common and the particular, a means of intersecting and highlighting what everyday events prove to be---highly regular but unique to the individual. In this process, I render the experience through a visual format, unifying the perceptual fragmentation which occurs into coherent art objects.