As an artist, Casey has explored ideas such as memory, mortality, sustainability, and collection within both the spheres of gallery and social practice. She is constantly thinking and creating, which I respect a great deal. Casey uses a variety of media - though primarily uses clay - to create installations and sculptural work which play with scale, addressing hierarchy in subject and material. Her interest in shadow and light plays a huge part in the feel of her pieces. Even the smallest, most fragile elements can seem incredibly large in how she considers her compositions. Her attention to detail is incredible and she often highlights fascinating features through color or using shadows and mirrors. I enjoy the works where her sense of humor comes out as well as when she has more sentimental moments.