My art is not about expressing myself. It's not about showing you what I know. It's about showing you what you can learn.
I don’t always know what I want with an image, but it always starts with a photo of something random that for one reason or the other caught my attention. It could be the beauty of an object itself or the beauty within the object. It could be the story from the inside, something you may not be able to see at first, something that is revealed through the light and the shadows, the texture and colors. When I see what I feel in my work it’s finished. If the viewer resonates with it, we’re on the same path.