there is a growing awareness that we live in times of rapid change and division contributing to the feeling of disorientation. i truly believe that art can provide a unique framework for people to exercise the skills required to contribute to a positive change towards a connected, exciting and fulfilling life. it can evoke a productively disruptive change by means of imagination and critical thinking.  

along my artistic path i explored various mediums and forms of expression searching for strategies to evoke a productively disruptive change in the beholder. from photography, video, language and eventually installation and tapestry to eventually to a radical turn. expanding my toolbox and making a challenge and uncertainty part of my skill set. constant metamorphosis allows me to reflect upon the moment we live in and create a space where people can engage in a dialogue with themselves constantly recalibrating and repositioning to the new circumstances. art in my opinion is a great way to self actualize, practice questioning, relating and reflecting. 

i fearlessly build places that exist between the imaginative and the real, using knowledge of the past, awareness of the present and responsibility towards the future. my building blocks are speculative models that force us to practice resilience and adaptation, honour diversity and inclusivity - qualities fundamental to contemporary existence and survival. 

in the past 10 years i have build a continuous ever-changing practice with a strong focus on building complex multifaceted frameworks which include a transdisciplinary approach, intuitive and creative thinking, layered structure and aesthetic value. I can never foresee or know what my next project will be or where my curiosity will bring me but i most certainly know it will be somewhere unexpected, challenging and ambiguous -  states that help me to navigate along the way.