The images that I make are reflections on, primarily, how we as humans fit into this larger world, biosphere, ecology, etc... The work is meant to illuminate small realities of the current state of that relationship, and where it might be going. I'm interested in the narrative tradition, while creating images with emotive, impacting force.
For the most part, I work with the traditional, low-tech medium of woodblock relief printmaking. This is for many reasons - the accessibility, the physical process, and the strong, sculptural line. I hand carve all of my wood blocks, with chisels, gouges, and knives. All of those blocks are then printed in small editions by hand with archival paper, high quality inks, and pressed with a wooden spoon.