Artist Statement

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. We all have mystery within us, once we look beyond the surface of our skin.

The single tone of my drawings lends them to a universal and particular point of view. The ambiguity of my pieces is what lends the viewer to make their own informed decisions, I represent the facts. My art practice has always been one that explores the lesser seen side of things. My drawings are often highly detailed anatomical drawings that are zoomed into certain areas of the body, pushing the viewers comfort zone and allowing them to feel foreignness or familiarity when viewing the inorganic material within our bodies. I strive to combine history and science, the universal and the individual.