I am interested in the interface between technology and tradition, in terms of both aesthetics and technique. These elements complement one another in form, content, and inspiration. Work has been created primarily from my own photography, constructed sculptures, specific places I have been, particularly Italy (Venice), and current events. Spending time in Europe, I often appropriate overt references to Western art history which can inform the work conceptually. Much of my art is closely aligned with printmaking’s tradition confronting socio political issues.

My current work focuses on environmental issues related to global climate change, anti –immigrant xenophobic policies, endemic racism, as well as constant war.

Pulling Down the House #2, 2020