I rely on the premise that my artwork has the ability to evoke a visceral and direct response from my viewer. In my work, I bring a sensitivity to materials, form, and composition to incite emotions that appeal to innate proclivities for order and rhythm. Seeking both tension and balance, I utilize intuitive and analytical processes that push and pull off of one another.
My current body of work explores printmaking as a means of creating multiples in the 3-dimensions. Straying from traditional print forms such as newspapers and books, I assemble printed, die cut paper into modular units meant for further construction. Working from these building blocks, I instinctively arrange larger systems and formal compositions.