“I received my BFA in Painting and Drawing from SUNY Purchase in 2015. At the moment I am currently trying to build my portfolio to eventually apply to residencies. My overall goal as an artist is to eventually receive my MFA and teach at the college level.
My artwork deals with how environment affects our cognitive perception. Different environments seem to be easily defined as separate. But it is when you try to specifically define where one space transitions into another, that one realizes that dichotomies of space are constructs of perception. I have an interest in space and distance and how these constructs are relative to one’s fixed position both physically and psychologically.
One of the main concerns that I have with my artwork at the moment is that my work does not feel very cohesive as my interest in certain subjects fade very quickly. I find it difficult to find a common thread between my various works of art. Stylistically I sometimes feel that I do not have enough variety in my mark making and that my finished pieces can sometimes feel over/under worked.”