My installations form a backdrop to daily experience, calling attention to history, urban development, and cultural practice while generating a dialog between drawing, architecture, nature, and social habits which affect our environment. Some work has an urban theme, examining the iconography of architectural language, and elements of urban and suburban culture, in a playful, humorous way. Other projects focus on natural themes, exploring the wealth of visual patterns, and how these patterns reveal physical structure, as well as natural processes. These projects address the natural world as it intersects with the human, cultural one. 

Overall, my works for public and private space are not stand-alone objects, but meant to be a functional integration: art into life. Intended to sneak into one's consciousness from down the hall, underfoot, or across the street, the work acts to gently affect one from within the routine, triggering thoughts and associations for the average passerby.