My work represents an ongoing study of daily life routines, personal and communal spaces. From the mundane to more complex situations and environments.  A detailed exploration of shapes, lines, color, details and patterns.  Examining the inner and outer spaces and layers. What is in-between, concealed or overlooked is of particular interest. 

My work also examines the impact of technology in our daily lives. As experienced in daily transitory, communal or personal routines and patterns.  From linear and comprehensible routines, to more complex and intangible concepts, such as the relationship between technology and happiness.

Throughout my work, I seek to explore the beauty in the simplicity that lies within the layers of complexity.  I am continuously experimenting with perspective, color and its possibilities.