trasform in photography the elements in wich i can find signs of a sort of dispropotion between the human being, its expectation, its aspirations that become its necessities, and what it creates or in what it project itself.
Site-specific , happening installations that incorporate ephemeral sculpture with photography and painting with cathartic, participatory, collaborative, destructive elements drawing on the psychology of mixing natural and urban landscapes.
I work in ongoing series, developing ideas that have held my interest over many years.
Medium and style vary, contingent upon theme. I work in response to nature, language,
literature, dreams, silence, humor and paradox.
My work is about our fragile connection with nature. Through dreamy rainforest inspired paintings
I strive to increase the world’s awareness and expose the consequences our everyday actions have
on the environment.
My recent work utilizes digital photograhphy, paint and other media to build up and rework the surface in a naive almost childlike way. The immediacy of the photograhphy, captures a close-up moment, inspiring colors, textures, forms.
My work captures scenes from my neighborhood. They take an introspective approach to social
commentary, focusing on my own perspective while exploring how everyday interactions
contribute to boundaries between social groups.