I am a conceptual artist grounded in place related processes. I make work informed by engaging with location, impermanence, and space; employing abstract expressionism to communicate emotional truths. Working across media I endeavor to listen to the natural world as it communicates its experience of the Anthropocene and create artwork that provides a means to look beyond contemporary formations. Combining philosophical enquiry with my art practice I am exploring whether the Anthropocene is a form of collective self-murder. My portfolio consists of visual artwork supportive of permanent change and disruption to human patterns producing global extinction.

New Work

drinking the blood of Oasia
(4) fresco on panel, 2020

Current Publications

Article on Medium

Patterned Ground: A Visual Conversation Concerning Climate Crisis as Distillations of Human History, fresco on panel, 36×36″, 2019