Disrupted Days


I am interested in the act of slowing down and shifting our gaze to the smallest of details. I use found organic materials to depict sublet scenes based on form, color and light. Abstraction is used to allow the transfer of perception from the real to the imaginary. Color and light are the soundtrack to the scene and give context to any imagined narrative seen by the viewer. Recently, I have started including collage and scanography. These additions allow for new layers of details to be introduced. Process is an important part of the image making, the resulting image is rooted in a desire to evoke mystery, a slow gaze, and to reorient ideas of perception.

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