My work represents an ongoing study of daily life routines, from personal to communal spaces: from static or mundane moments to those of motion or activity. Within this scope, I am particularly interested in the over-looked details within a larger frame.
I am equally fascinated and continuously explore the concept of our evolving relationship with technology and the environment. I explore my thoughts on this topic through works which are visually geometric.
Throughout all my work, I experiment with color, perspective, reality, distortion and its possibilities. I observe this relationship and seek a connectivity and synergy within all the parts, while creating a visual independence for each.
Within this realm, I seek to explore the beauty in the simplicity that lies within the layers of complexity.
In my process, I use a combination of technology and traditional technique as an essential part of my creative process.