As an observer, my work as an artists is to offer a unique expression to those observations, reflecting on the complexities of life, responding to beauty and injustice as equal muses and telling visual stories that attempt to affirm or challenge preconceived paradigms and beliefs. Two vehicles I employ most often are light and movement.


Light reveals, it brings understanding and insight into things hidden or partly obscured. We see in two ways: with our physical eyes and with the eyes of the heart. The former relates to the physical realm, the latter to the metaphysical, spiritual. Movement is energy. Energy is life. Thus movement equates to life. 

Movement/life is a quality I seek to evoke in my work. The kinetic energy required to produce my drawings, paintings and sculptures becomes more than just visual, it becomes experiential…a visceral transfer from artist to audience.