My work is that of assemblage. I allow for a selective but all-inclusive collection of items to become my visual voice. The serendipitous act of collecting becomes a history of my existence. Where from and how items were added to my visual inventory is the story of my life.
I find it interesting to work with the visual residue of various and disparate objects that are traditionally non-art materials. I enjoy the challenge of changing their story to my story, preserving and altering their history and allowing for the interplay of visual and psychological relationships.
Autobiographical snapshots or glimpses of an image from memory are what interest me.
I work with objects that each viewer will experience differently. My intent is to appease my own vision, and in the process, perhaps provoke a reaction in the viewer.