My art practice is process oriented and is primarily painting and photography based. As a result, my images are not meant to describe or document, rather they distort and dematerialize the source material upon which they’re based.

My work draws from natural forms and pushes the boundaries between what’s referenced and what’s created. Twigs become calligraphic gestures, maps are reduced to tracery and plants reveal spatial relationships that are imperceptible to our eyes.

In short, I make images that are about making images.