||My work mixes graphic design ideals of balance and form with imagery that evokes the technical or scientific. I see each piece as a pure aesthetic exercise combined with the visualization of an imaginary object, dream-like and half-captured in the frame.
The process: I usually start with a simple monochromatic graphical element, and through hand replication and processing in the computer turn it into a multi-layered, complex piece. No photographic or preexisting textures are used. Focusing on a section of the image, I then crop out areas to create the feeling of tension and energy I’m looking for.The image then becomes a flat piece of art encased in clear plastic, or is transformed into a dimensional work by breaking the plane into repeating panels that are mounted perpendicular to the wall.