Memory is a dynamic force that continually recalculates our relationship to the environment as we move through it. It’s an overactive GPS that’s always measuring human experience against the places that frame it, against architectural spaces and the landscapes just beyond those walls and windows.
My work depicts a world shaped by the continuous streaming, fragmentation and degradation of information. I see painting and drawing as a filtration process that enables me to hold onto experiences beyond the reach of photography. My images provide paths to locations lost. They serve as monuments of lived experience. Each is a composite of reflections and refractions. Each points to a place where the natural and built environment intersect, a place that sustains memory, imagination and image growth.
As an image maker I look to deconstruct my experience, articulate my identity and piece together a more enduring sense of my place in the world.