My drawings depict the people in my life with whom I have the most intimate connections. In a more general sense, my work displays visual narratives and metaphors that explore the human condition. I am drawn towards implicit symbols and cues that suggest the dualities of existing in the world, and reveal the interplay between intimacy and alienation, attainment and loss, and interior and exterior modes of consciousness.
My working process is a rumination, or a meditative analysis, of the world I touch with my senses. I aim to achieve an aesthetic clarity through a blending of analytical and intuitive processes. Regardless of my subject matter, the human presence is explicit in my work. My images are also undeniably narrative, yet in an irresolvable sense. I tend to depict repeated perspectives and objects as a way to create dialogue among my images, and to suggest possible causalities and impulses underlying the static forms.