My work in multiple disciplines mirrors a cinematic and intimate experience of the world, polarity, and what it means to be human. It also demonstrates the goggles through which I observe and process absurdity.
For two decades, I have been fortunate to see my photography in publications and projections on both coasts and abroad, and to serve as a liaison between the gritty wasteland of Ground Zero and the museums, historical institutions, and educational facilities that forever tell the story of 9.11.2001.
In my twenties, I began a career photographing young Hollywood and its glossy fashion, an environment where I developed my raw and honest style. Since then I have seen much more and my insatiable, edgy curiosity has only grown.
I have never lived on the surface. I can't function there.
In 2013 I began painting and experimenting with mixed-media. Working with new tools is invigorating, spontaneous, and playful. I feel it in my work and in my person.
I portray my thoughts using iconic toys and imagery. It is a glimpse into my sarcastic mind and how I turn bothersome subjects into play. This is how I go about my day ordinarily, turning the mundane and the absurd into mind pictures that make me laugh.