The images that I create aren't about anything in the physical world, although they are often constructed using a matrix of debris from everyday life (discarded fast-food packaging, fragments of images from junk mail and advertising, screen captures from Youtube, etc). In my work I am looking for the space between perceiving and naming, between seeing and knowing what one sees. The dissolving form becomes a window into the formless and timeless.

The breeze at dawn has secrets to tell you.

                          Don't go back to sleep. 

You must ask for what you really want. 

                           Don't go back to sleep.

People are going back and forth across the doorsill

                           where the two worlds touch.

The door is round and open. 

                          Don't go back to sleep.