The world in which we live simultaneously holds both simplicity and complexity, abundance and lack, wholeness and brokenness.  It is this grey area - this coexistence of dualities - that has been the focus of my work for the past 20 years; whether I’m drawing, painting, printmaking, or designing buildings. 


Though my work is two dimensional, my process is similar to that of an artist working in clay: equal parts building up and taking away material.  I most often choose the human form as my subject matter because it is a universally shared element, allowing the viewer to relate to and, hopefully, inhabit the dual energies of the piece.