As an image maker, I am perpetually curious about perception. I place great emphasis on process and create works that are inherently self referential to its carrying medium.
Many historical mediums transitioned from a necessity to obsolescence and in the current age, to novelty. While continuing parts of my life are becoming imprinted into various forms of data that can be retrieved on digital screens, these entities are being rendered obsolete. My perception of time is distorted by the evolution of technology, triggering a series of existential questioning and much creative fuel. My practice is comprised of photography, installations and drawings. I combine both analog and digital components in my process, creating works that exist between the present moment and memory.