My work takes root in questions of space and scale, time past and future, engaging themes of dystopias, utopias, and the problematic of hope facing the human experience. Drawing from elements of the everyday (man-made objects and constructions), as well as natural phenomena (wind, water and light) my work undertakes a portraiture of the possible, of parallel universes and sites of transformation.
Components of chance are central to my process; they grant my work access to a primal energy and a fertile space of possibilities. It is important for me to approach art in a free-handed manner. I tread lightly in my attempt to harness the ephemeral, fusing minimalist aesthetics with the power of new media and attempting to leave ample room for the unexpected.