My work and studio practice is focused primarily in painting processes, with added interests in relief printmaking and drawing. I work with acrylic materials (including Flashe and Interference paints) on canvas and paper and incorporate stencil, airbrush and pouring techniques in an intuitive manner. My imagery has elucidated nature and environmental themes, such as in my series, Alt-Scape, which examined the historical-cultural representation of nature as romantic landscape, reimagined as fragmented amalgamations. My current work is an exploration into nature as a subjective enigmatic experience, an entangled matrix of microcosmic-macrocosmic form. Created with an emphasis on image-making through process and material experimentation, my work reflects an interest in nature as an infinite realm that intersects time, space and perception. These new works are my Liminal Realities.