I work with images of landscape. Mountains, charred wood, and splintered branches, all unite into greasy, ashen forms. Consistently (re)developing a lexicon of motifs, I construct and deconstruct forms until they are neither physical nor psychological but exist in the strange space between the two. Aesthetically heterogeneous, the resulting works often combine hyper-realistic effects with abstraction. Intending for the viewer to feel pulled between the familiarity of their recognition and the unease of its distortion. The work plays between the formal and the narrative, one informing the other, making reference to dissolving social spaces, nature, the void and nomadic trajectories.