In my work I try to grapple with transformation, perspective, and the balance of nature and man. Often I use linear perspective and geometric patterns in combination with human forms and gestural mark making. My aspiration is not to tell one story but to create settings and subjects that viewers can become part of and develop their own narratives within.

What draws me to printmaking is repeatability and process. As someone who has always sought to learn and master every skill I stumble upon, printmaking has provided me with a seemingly endless inventory of methods and techniques. Every new process lends itself to a different style of creation and the production and exhibition of multiples in itself can be transformative. One piece of work, once duplicated, can be arranged to surround a viewer and create an immersive experience which may lend more to deeper thinking about the possible meanings and stories that exist within the work.