Being a plus size person all my life I felt like I had to look a certain way to fit in. The curves were to look a certain way and hair on my body was to be removed to be more attractive. There comes a freedom with being comfortable in your body and choosing to groom it for yourself and no one else. Through multimedia work I try to highlight the "imperfections" of a body, making them the center of my work and exaggerating them. I use fabric as a medium to recreate the feeling of a bodily structure. My work explores the ideas of gender and gender roles. Being a woman comes with a lot of expectations of the society and if not fulfilled, it's looked down upon. My work tries to break these norms and normalize not being able to fulfill these expectations. Using hair as a material in my work helps me portray that having hair on certain parts of the body should be embraced and not be a basis to determine gender.