I’m a visual artist, and I make things work. I move from digital to physical, from bits to atoms, and back again because I believe in doing a diverse range of work.
Not far from home is where I find my inspiration. The local diner, the pizzeria, the local church, the drugstore, the barn, the beach. I pay attention to signs and storefront facade, to cigarettes and soda cans, house slippers and caps.
I notice the sadness, the loneliness, the anticipation and the intent in a gensture, a posture, a face. And that is precisely yet painterly what I bring into this world.