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Detail from: TheLast Smile, Incidents and Innocence

My work deals with a personal struggle to understand human behavior. I'm intrigued by a world steeped in religious belief but lacking in spiritual substance.

I've never set artificial-creative boundaries in the pursuit of creating a picture. I don't believe in the purity of one process, or material, over another. That's like a writer limiting their vocabulary, or refusing to use a computer because the machine defines them. Over the years I've made a concerted effort to push my own technological-comfort-zone in an effort to increase my range of expression. Art is often access to, or excess of, the artist creating it. I've probably been guilty on both counts, but that's not been my intention. Art has simply been a way for me to answer one question, why?