“My photographic sculptures of abstracted landscapes utilize digitally altered photographs and geometric shapes to explore the complex world of the human perception. The work, which is responding to its surroundings, is ever shifting. Striving to elevate the question of what one identifies as reality, my sculptures also showcase how art can make its own statement whether or not it is viewed.
The basis of all of my work lies in challenging the traditional means of viewing photography while commenting on our ever shifting environment. It is my hope that through the reconsideration of the familiar, that we all can truly learn to evolve.”