"The way we interpret and observe the world greatly influences how we conduct our own lives.
The words, actions and movements of those around us all play an integral part in who we are. My work addresses the psychology and dialogue of human moments and interactions. My interest lies within how people, often those within my own life, perform and react to one another as well as how I perceive them. Through a combination of processes that catalyze imagery, I create an isolated and ambiguous space where I can suspend the subject from its context. I strive to create images and forms that offer new relationships for the viewer to engage with. At the conclusion of my work in both ceramics and painting, I focus on the expressive and emotional sense I intend for the viewer to experience that I admit throughout the process of creating them."