I am a Toronto-based digital textile artist who makes glitch art by transforming my paintings using reciprocating methods of hand and digital manipulation techniques. My process-based practice creates unexpected surface outcomes by playing with chance and distortion. These instances of chance are often the results of predetermined guidelines that are set for myself to further investigate glitch art before they are married into textiles. I employ traditional techniques of textile art in defining my own methodology of digital design, which includes the manipulation of textile art before and after digital printing. The outcome of such intentional play is a series of mixed media textiles that reveal the process as well as layers of memories of materials and the artist’s hand.