I use mark-making as a way to document my sensory experiences; a meditation. I work on paper and directly on the wall, and I do not limit myself to conventional materials. My wall art pieces are impermanent, they are created for a period of time, yet taken down at the end of an exhibit.
I am influenced by Buddhist philosophies of non-attachment to material objects, to meditation through conscious action, to the inevitable change of our daily lives, and to the cave paintings of prehistoric times. Their transience is reminiscent of our actual lives, where we see people and things come and go, live and die, grow and change; nothing remains the same.