My work is a tapestry of human, mechanical, and landscape elements. It is a collection of symbols indicative of an underlying psychological struggle. Nevertheless, it is not necessary for the viewer to understand this investigation. There is a deliberately established sense of mystery and ambiguity. I want the viewer to become involved with the atmosphere, characters, and narratives of the work to such a degree that they invent their own interpretation.
Printmaking forms the largest due to its proximity to drawing. Having a background in computer programming, I enjoy the technical processes involved in creating a print. I utilize effects only afforded by the limestone, plate, and block -- these are vital to the character of the imagery. Thus technique and content work symbiotically within my creative process.