Information is central to my work. Facts, in the form of maps, diagrams, and statistics are the basis of all the forms that I create.

I am especially interested in the ways that we shape information. That is to say that I am interested in information in terms of transmission, reinterpretation, and loss. I embrace a process of transformation. First, I begin with inspiration from the highly charged political environment we live in. From this inspiration I complete statistical and geographic research. The fruits of this research are cool, detached, and holistic visions of the world, which can carry meaning. However, these visions, when placed within the context of a painting, lose their original meanings. They are at once well planed and incomprehensible. It is in this way that my work represents the repurposing of utilitarian figures into figures that gesture beyond utilitarian purpose.