i do what i do

i believe art should never reveal all to the viewer, some things should be left unsaid. this gives the viewer the opportunity to become active and the chance to think for themselves and later contemplate what they have experienced.


my ideas come to me through observing the world around me, they come to me in random situations. i choose the appropriate medium in order to express an idea: performance, video, drawing, photography, and/or installation.


the body is present in the work, even when it is physically absent.


i encourage the viewer to consider the absurdity of life. but i also ask one to consider humour as a vehicle to introduce more serious subtexts.


as with life, my work is ever evolving.