Using inspiration from both the form and function of human anatomy, my paintings explore the obscure, dynamic beauty hidden within the body. Through my studies, I have found that the human interior looks deceptively chaotic and haphazard. In reality, every inch of the body is put together in a defined and methodical way, making possible both the functions of which we are all capable, and also the uniqueness of every individual. Yet these capabilities, and the intricate structures that make them possible, are often disregarded: We consider the activities of the body background noise and fail to marvel at their power. But what if we could find the profound in the seemingly mundane? My work seeks to do this by unearthing the stories inherent to our anatomy. I hope to inspire a tradition of respect and appreciation for the overlooked.