"I want to stop the world in its tracks and offer a captivating moment for the public to pause and look within. My work is meant to create a dialog of personal and collective identity in relation to society and the things we build around us.
My biggest inspirations are found in nature and geometry. I enjoy the tension created by combining these contrasting elements. I often use the portrait as a direct means of communicating emotionally and physically to a wide range of viewers. Providing a moment for the public to connect face to face to what often goes unseen and unsaid.
I have lived primarily in urban environments and enjoy incorporating nature and the human form as an opportunity to engage, interpret and learn from the act and outcome of creating."