Over the years, I’ve created a body of artwork based on nostalgic memories of places and people who have left an impact in my life. I enjoy pushing the camera’s boundaries with experimentation, exploring unique and alternative ways it captures images. In this body of work, I am not interested in using the camera to capture images in a traditional sense, but rather to re-capture the dramatic and theatrical aspects of my recollection.
I recreate remembered landscapes, people, and architectural places in my studio. Using a light box as my canvas, I layer fiber-based materials upon each other to portray a painterly image. To keep this body of work as true to the painterly experience as possible, I place the emphasis on the in-camera capturing along with body movements, resulting in painterly imageries, without any digital manipulation.
I will soon be offering my clients the opportunity to get a personalized, artistic portrait of of their Akashic Records! Stay tuned!
"Swaggerless Pop-up Art Show",Gallery 38. Los Angeles, CA. February 2016
"2015 Los Angeles Juried Exhibition", The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG). Juried group exhibition, curated by Peter Frank, Fatemeh Burnes, and Tomas Benitez. Los Angeles, CA. July 2015
"Abstraction 2015", 1650 Gallery. Juried group exhibition. Los Angeles, CA. February 2015.
“Scape Shift", Greenly Art Space. Group Exhibition, curated by Shyanne Hughes. Signal Hill, CA. September 2013.
"2011 Glendale Community College Juried Art Exhibition", Juried group exhibition. Glendale, CA. February 2012
"14th Annual Juried Cypress College Student Exhibition", Group Exhibition, 2nd Place. Anaheim, CA.September, 2003
“Go To Your Womb”, Biola University Gallery. Solo Exhibition. La Mirada, CA. December 2003.