My current body of work is focused on creating artwork that will both inform and entertain the viewer through images of our everyday experiences. I believe every person has a story to tell, and I attempt to capture that story in the space all stories reveal themselves. My work is playful yet serious – it is influenced by the images and iconography from popular, contemporary culture, including advertising, music, television and magazines. I have a compelling drive to create images which explore, illustrate and express my personal thoughts and feelings.
My work embodies a passionate response to the human condition: the comedies and tragedies of life and all of the wonderful experiences in between. The titles I give to my work tell a story that allows the artwork to be manipulated.
My aim is not to answer the questions; it is to raise questions and to make a commentary on aspects of our everyday life.