My work represents an ongoing study of color and its effects. I observe daily life, from personal to communal spaces, with an emphasis on the role that color plays, both physically and psychologically. I deconstruct with color: focusing on the details within a larger frame, on the relationships between light and space, shape and shadow, perspective and dimension. Color is a catalyst between these relationships, creating an interconnectivity between all the parts, while generating a new, often ambiguous visual.
Throughout my work, I experiment with reality and distortion, and its possibilities. I look to reinterpret tangible and intangible subjects in an unexplored fashion.
Within this realm, I seek to express the beauty in the simplicity that lies within the layers of complexity.