My works are architectural fantasies which attempt to record the urban/urbane/mundane observances I see on a daily basis. With an approach towards monumental simplicity—given any scale—an elevation, aerial view, or structure becomes a vision construed in space.
Previously trained as an interior architect, lines are a recurring theme in my work. Current works are inspired by graphs and charts found in periodical publications. The titles of the artworks are named for the songs that were playing on my iPod when I knew the piece was finished.
Recent inspirations have been fault lines, rodeo bucking chutes, ‘mapquest’ routes, Chicago urban landscapes, airport floor plans, and architectural elements from international travels.