I go about life with a video camera. I film things that catch my eye and stage scenarios

when necessary. Throughout my creative process and my daily life, I list associations

that occur to me. I then connect and weave those associations into stories that are

applied by means of voiceover narration. The end result is a loose narrative that evades

a point of origin.    


On a formal level, my practice responds to principles of cinema, screenwriting, and oral

storytelling traditions by considering them in relation to the nebulous narratives of the

Internet. At the core of my practice is an examination of the universal language of

narrative that emerges from humans’ attempt to reconcile issues of mysticism/naturalism,

dream/memory, sexuality, mortality, the "natural world”, war, and the ego that arises

from the ephemeral qualities of earthly existence.