I use anachronistic processes to recreate objects from eras of my everyday life. Employing material techniques that have nearly disappeared in their production, I make replicas of ubiquitous forms designed to illuminate, preserve, and facilitate mobility. Scagliola, a process developed in ancient Rome to imitate rare marble using plaster, pigment, and animal glue, is one such method I utilize. Through my work I aim to summon, reclaim and examine the space of the lost and overlooked.