My work refers to and reinterprets traditional, mythological and religious themes, and seeks to reimbue and fortify it from my perspective. It wants to inspire a sense of awe, and a connection to eternity and being. Transforming the mundane into holy significance, a shrine like quality, sacred, and perhaps for some profane.
My method attempts to defy rational mark making and illustrative form, orbiting abstraction closely. Figures and forms get distorted by this gravity, twisting and warping their fabric. Sacrifices are offered up in the hope that something good will come of them.
Creativity is fundamentally a method of self-exploration, a vehicle to explore my psyche and unconscious. Works are arrived at, given to me, and manifested from forces larger than myself.