Currently, my work has been committed to a small amount of characters/forms that have been observed and abstracted to many different degrees. I am curious most, in the naming of 'the thing' we observe and how paint, process and format can shift the way we perceive images and reflect inadequacies in memory and language.

My paintings hedge between abstraction and representation, between memory and willed conjuring. Forms reoccur and change over time, but the mainstay of my visual vocabulary is autobiographical and observational.

Atmosphere, time and the challenge of making paintings that reference past, future, present occupy the bulk of my interest in painting.

I want my paintings to connect synapses, build bridges and to live between brazen self-assuredness and a sort of quietude that asks rather than demands your attention.



The Curator:
Interview with Danielle Orchard - 2018 
The Curator: 
On Influence - 2016


Art Savvy: The Continuum of Drawing

Art Savvy: David McDonough
Art Savvy: Leeza Meksin 

Art Savvy: Emilie Stark-Menneg
Art Savvy: Danielle Orchard 
Art Savvy: Will Hutnick

Art Savvy: Eric Hibit
Art Savvy: On Scale, Corydon Cowsanage 
Art Savvy: Creating What is Missing 
Art Savvy: Alicia Adamerovich
Art Savvy: Get out of the studio!
Art Savvy: OyG 5 Year Anniversary 
Art Savvy - Notice what you notice 
Art Savvy - Building Culture & Collecting 
Art Savvy - Rebecca Ness 
Art SavvyOn the work of Adam Handler

Two Coats of Paint: A Story of Connection 
An L.A. Artist Residency 2016

Look e Listen: / Interview