I find myself in a constant exploration of reclaiming the sense of wonder that we tend to lose with the passing of the early years reaching adulthood. My aim is to create resilient objects, images, and paintings through my work, inviting viewers to revisit their own memories and experiences.

I use a combination of art history research, observation, sound, video, plaster casting, found objects, and technology to create immersive installations that awaken the viewer to rediscover the wonders of the world around them. My process is characterized by the use of found objects arranged in an unconscious, archival manner, often taking the form of vessels that represent the cycle of life.

In my paintings, I explore color and form through oil painting, taking an emotional, intuitive, and expressive approach to abstraction. My work is an eclectic expression that draws inspiration from symbolism, post-impressionism, fauvism, surrealism, and abstraction, resulting in vibrant and dynamic compositions that are emotionally resonant and often evoke a sense of surrealism, challenging the viewer's perceptions of reality.

My deep connection to nature heavily influences my process through constant observation and awareness of the world around me. I draw inspiration from my surroundings, sensing the light and hearing the colors to a point where they become organic forms and natural textures on the surface of the canvas. I use color as a tool to evoke mood and atmosphere, and my brushstrokes are often bold and gestural, creating a sense of movement and energy within the painting.

I believe that art has the power to connect people to their emotions and the world around them. My work encourages viewers to let go of their preconceptions and engage with the painting on a visceral level. I hope my work inspires a sense of wonder and curiosity, serving as a reminder of the beauty and mystery of the world we live in.

My ultimate goal as an artist is to create poetic and ephemeral experiences that allow the viewer to reconnect with the inherent sense of wonder found in nature, fostering a deeper appreciation for environmental conservation and human connection.