Architecture, cities and landscapes, as well as narratives or documentation involving these, are at the core of my work. I seek out stories influenced by architecture or urbanism and employ a variety of media to express spatial experiences. Much of my imagery plays with perspective, fragmentation and scale, referencing our inability to oversee and process the vast scale at which cause and effect happens in the world. Looking into the space between the super-scale and the micro-scale, I see the human scale, using aspects of the man-made environment to express themes around tangibility and hand-crafting.
Media include paper collage, drawing, painting, encaustic, textile, wood or anything that meets the needs of my vision. I create in series and use a diversity of visual languages, in the service of finding and expressing things worth seeing, be it loveliness, ugliness or oddity.