Life and its experiences; these are the things that change the fabric of who we are and what we create. These experiences, no matter how insignificant, change the perceptions of our world and the world around us. They create a sense of nostalgia; a compartmentalized perception of life and a longing for the past.

Over the years and through the exploitation of photography, found materials, and mixed media, I have created works that are aesthetically intuitive and self generating. This has allowed my own experiences, my own nostalgia for the past, to be filtered down into their rawest and simplest forms. Thus creating works that are universal and unimposing to the audience, allowing for the creation of their own fiction, their own sense of nostalgia, and their own need for self contemplation.