I am an artist that works in a variety of mediums. I favor photography, but work in textiles (knitting and crocheting), music, video, writing, and glass blowing.
I was born and raised in Minneapolis and have been attracted to the arts all of my life.
As humans, we’re subjected to a variety of currents that permeate, dictate, or even influence our decisions on a day-to-day basis. Time is one such current that is also fast becoming one of everyone’s rarest resources. In the course of my work, I want to capture that element of the world. I want to illustrate how I experience time while a photographic subject does a thing. For me, anything can be a photographic subject if I can express the passing of time.
Much of my artistic vision explores how I experience time in a particular space. Time can seem fast, slow, stop, or even drag along interminably. I find quite often in the course of my work that we abstract and distill our spaces when a lot of people have to use a particular space in a relatively short amount of time. It seems to me then, that if we manage our space as a function of our time, we should have imagery of this domineering force.