Her work explores the significance of existing as a human being, examining and reconciling diverse identities and heritages, as well as the compelling forces of beauty and desire. It is said that the human is a living vessel. Her work consists of sculptural ceramics around her interpretation of the human form as a vessel. She thus creates multiple viewpoints within a global context. Her work moves the ordinary into symbolic archetype reconciling tradition from her culture to become a measure of human experience. She tackles the idea of beauty and joy in juxtaposing classical art and historical heritage, with contemporary concerns.