My art is about human perception and experience, and its limits. Keeping my expectations open-ended, I allow change, surprise, confusion, and the unimaginable to manifest in the work. My images explore the intimately and ultimately human phenomenon of our own being.

When an image is ambiguous or formless and not easily named, the viewer has the opportunity to call on his own repertoire of metaphor, memory and empathy. Rather than simply recording my own experience, I want to make a sense of discovery, recognition, or even revelation possible for the viewer. The moments that interest me occur when categories and preconceptions break down, leaving reality exposed as (undiscovered) strangeness.