My work explores landscapes of the mind, specifically memories of past
events and the ways in which these internal records can affect our perception of
reality. I believe that natural materials, including wood and stone, are record
keepers and store essences of the past. These rigid and organic elements are
combined with what I call “memory lines” made by intuitive mark making.
     Photographs and my own personal memories are sources for inspiration.
Most are records of places that left an emotional imprint. The goal is to create a
dialog between past and present through imagery and to explore the in-between
spaces that reveal preoccupations of the subconscious.