My art reflects a strong sense of place and connection to the people who have lived and worked there. I see work as the greatest expression of our humanity and how we occupy the majority of waking life. Drawing on remnants of the past and our collective history, I seek to bridge the gap between distant memory and the world of tomorrow.
I have an inclination to value what others have discarded or left behind, and regard history as a renewable resource that should be utilized in making decisions for the future. Human relations with the environment often serve as a point of departure in my work, and abandoned spaces and post-industrial detritus are frequently central elements.