I consider my work to be an exploration of drawing as a form of storytelling.
My subject matter is inspired by my vivid and often frightening dreams, people and animals whom I have known and loved, as well as verbal and visual misinterpretations.
The result is usually surreal in nature and narrative. The work has a tendency to represent things as they are, and not as they appear. My subjects typically abandon their physical forms to present to the viewer something more intuitive and less confining.
My ultimate goal is to simultaneously seduce and repel, drawing the viewer in with the beautiful images and stunting them with an unexpected intimacy.