If I had to epitomize my work, in Fine Art, I suppose the term I would use is 'visual metaphor'. While I create figurative/narrative work, I do not wish for the viewer to be restricted (or even need to know) my experience/motivation for making a particular piece, but rather play upon larger more universal themes, which allow individuals to relate through their unique and diverse perspectives.

That being said, my work comes out of my interest in and observation of human behavior, both the interactions between people and the behaviors of the individual, especially when the subjects are unaware and thus more genuine in their actions.

I can not help but include an element of wonder and of sarcasm in my work, both being integral parts of my interpretation and interaction, with the world around me.