My imagery is a collision of sources, styles, and subjects that operate as an open-ended and nonlinear construction of reality. Like the Internet, and a good soap opera, my art provides the viewer with a multiplicity of accessible inlets and subnarrative paths weaving a tangled cosmos. Crawling over, climbing out, hiding within, defacing and digesting its surroundings; these psychological environments filter culture through a feedback loop of the kitsch and banal to surface a grotesque comedy.
I work with readymade systems and personal narrative as a departure point. These structures provide me with parameters for finding, hiding, and projecting imagery. While I insert personal history within the work, I am less interested in autobiography than in viewers recognizing themselves within the complexity.