I approach my work in the studio as therapy- to explore social, spiritual and psychological issues through the lens of my internal microscope. What results are visual allegories- tall tales of solitude and companionship, using a repository of organic shapes and animal symbolism. My dreams and subconscious drive the work forward in unexpected ways. Each piece starts as a drawing on paper where I can process raw emotions. I then digitize the art and begin adding layers of color and form, slowly building until the underlying drawing is like a dream that is forgotten upon waking.
I am a self-taught digital artist. My career includes three decades as an art director, but now I am turning my attention to creating personal artwork that supports my spiritual growth.