Central to my interdisciplinary practice is a process driven, experimental, approach. I work with video, audio, digital imagery, traditional painting and recently, CNC 3D relief rendering.
A predominant theme is language transformed and encoded to create a sense of place, landforms and/or audio-visual patterning.
Much of my recent work is concerned with abstracting waveform imagery via: stills, reliefs, and videos derived from spoken word audio. My moving image subject matter includes image de/generation, meta-exposure, pixilation, glitch, noise, drones, visual and audio ambience, grid and organic forms in various combinations.
I use audio waveforms, Morse code, and Piano Roll patterns as visual and audio coding to create multi sensory installations guided by the proportional aesthetics of fractal/complexity expressions.
I have designed my current practice to work within a fractal/complexity/chaos/code-based method of creating work that presents morphology-as-meaning based on the implications that structure can unify disparate sensory experience.