Growing up in the ever-changing visual landscape of the Pacific Northwest with a keen eye, a passion for narrative, a gravitation towards the darker and more subterranean aspects of the human psyche, and a fascination with paper and found objects, I was introduced to Surrealist art and Surrealist collage in the mid '80s and continue to find this medium a significant channel for artistic expression.

I began exhibiting and selling my work in the early '90s, creating increasingly evolving bodies of work that began with figurative narratives, progressed to visually integrated dreamscapes with intertwined figures and backgrounds, and developed to include site specific works and book art.

Other areas of production: creative writing
Other areas of appreciation: film, literature, dance