I obtain the majority of my inspiration from observing tiny details and imperfections. I love staring at cracks, weather beaten structures crumbling away, rust, spiderwebs, things that are worn and ragged, scars, stitches, dry chapped lips; I even find decaying objects extremely fascinating and beautiful. I want to capture the metamorphosis and transformation of these elements and the fibers that connect one to the other, into one breathing, organic structure that can be recognized as human; portraying the human as a landscape. I look at many different concepts from nature blended together. I am very fascinated by when one observes a natural object very close up it becomes abstracted, in the same way a landscape does when seen from a far distance. In turn, I am intrigued by how strikingly similar these scenes are: from molecular structures, to veins, tree roots and so on.