Imagery has proven to be my most amenable vehicle for translating inner vision into something more concrete; there is a narrative communication about the sequence of my work. As a visual artist I address ecological and social issues by taking clues from human behavior; the way we relate to each other and the world we inhabit, I aim to challenge sentimentality by probing the sensitive areas of relationship between chaos and order, individual and group, spiritual practice and daily life.
During the building of a piece, I proceed through a series of sketches to a full-sized drawing. A drawing often leads to other surfaces in the form of painting or sculpture. The technique generally consist of constructing and deconstructing though layers of media. Using materials such as charcoal, oil, clay, found objects, etc. Layers and surface are direct methods of expression that I use; therefore the resulting image reflect the different voices of my process.