When I first finished university, I started filming the sky. 10 minutes each day, not in a regularly repeated orientation, just finding nice framing and seeing it change. I can't remember how long this lasted, might have been around a few months, but I came to the conclusion that it was a waste of time and if I wanted to look at the sky... I should just look at the sky. I was biking around the other week, took a photo of the sky as I have been doing and it reminded me of this time. If we look, we see and sometimes we want to capture that. I think we like holding onto things as humans. It's just now we carry something around that can preserve a piece of that moment. I think that's fine. more...
Paintings of the past, present and future. Time and space have always been a large part of my work. Capturing the passing of time and motion through space. Multiple framings and condensed moments. It was through making music that I began to truly respond to my existence, to interpret and translate emotion. It is the same emotional conversation that now carries my process of painting.
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