My work often draws from personal life experiences and chosen object/s that assist in creating a conceptual dialogue and narrative. Much of my inspiration is drawn from day to day life situations and interactions with family and friends. My choices for materials are derived from these experiences and stories that I am trying to decipher and convey in many of my artworks. By utilizing everyday objects that contain historical and societal references, the viewer is led to draw upon their own stories and experiences.
I feel that stories have no beginning or ending. They grow and change overtime, much like folklore through out the ages. I strive to do the same with my work, as it too changes and new perspectives arise as time progresses. My personal daily connections with individual’s leaves a lasting impression on the tale being told, no matter how big or small. It is my position to draw the viewer in and have them play an active role in my work.