In multimedia explorations merging art and science through metaphor and visual experience,
I have been exploring the philosophical and spatial state of time, dark matter, gravity, and the
presence of asteroids.
I paint! Oils and acrylics. One might call my work suggestive, figurative, narrative, or surreal-ish.
My subjects are meant to bridge conceptual gaps through metaphor, comment on modern culture,
and hopefully cause the viewer to reflect
My found object assemblage art represents a re-evaluation of the life cycle of outdated, rusty, or broken items in a throwaway society -- the transformation of which is a metaphor for personal renewal and boundless possibilities.
Since leaving Osaka, Japan in 1997, I have been translating my personal vision of New York City
into photographs and videos. The candy-colored, saturated playground of images that I create is
how I have imagined America would look like.