I'm a New Yorker transplanted to Nashville and have lived in the south for the last six years. My work lies somewhere between illustrative narrative, photography, and collage. Imagery is stripped down to its most basic elements, light and texture. Details are taken away then integrated back into the artwork to shape new composite works. Forever analyzing the enigma of being human, I continuously construct and deconstruct the boundaries of my photographic world.
I've produced a number of installations including portraiture of iconic and contemporary artists that are now a part of the permanent art collection at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame. Other select installations include a profile of Girl With a Scar at Tennessee’s Custom’s House Museum and several large format public works at Nashville’s International Airport.
Presently I'm an artist in residence at Harvard University collaborating with the Disease and Biophysics Group, creating abstract artwork using a ground breaking nanofiber technology. My new series is entitled Nano.Stasis Cosmic Garden and is being developed as a traveling museum exhibit.
Work can be found in collections and corporate installations in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris and Nashville.
...and I like to make things move.