She is a poet, so she tends to use her own texts. Usually, the poem comes first. Being something Ishe wrotes, it’s easier for her to come up with more layers of meaning and translate them into a flow of images and sounds that would complement the poem. So, first she analyzes the text (in terms of: theme, poetic subject and object, scenario, sensations, etc). Then, she tries to think of imagery that would complement what’s already in the poem and also express its atmosphere. Sometimes she creates meaning by contradictions or contrasts, sometimes she creates a parallel “narrative” that seems to flow apart but eventually fits the intentions of the poem. She always shoots, edits and post-produces the images herself. She was also the composer of the music used in her early videopoems.