ABOUT

My work investigates viewing familiar objects in new ways, and challenging expectations. The images provide a point
of reference slightly out of context. I’m interested in repeated patterns of behavior as people and surroundings engage,
including their physical interaction. These patterns transcend time and reflect our selfness. We are simply humans and deeply mysterious, pure mental forms, transparent and opaque at the same time.

There are moments we hide, there are moments we expose, and there are moments when we have no choice. I keep
an inventory of the people, objects and environments of our lifetime. 

I like my work to be revealing, evocative, colorful, funny, moving and serious, recognizable as learning concerned with
human culture, vulnerable, frail and imperfect; brave, strong and true mirrors of our lives.