I use both traditional and non-traditional printmaking processes. I am interested in scientific methodology and experimentation. I am drawn to trivial and forgotten objects.  I am attracted to phenomena that are too absurd to be taken seriously or too ordinary to be noticed. I admire the physicist who spends a great amount of time proving mathematically that one would make exactly the same amount of noise unwrapping a candy bar in a darkened theater whether one does it quickly or slowly.

After receiving an MFA in studio art degree, I built scientific exhibitions for Explora Science Center, a children’s science museum in Albuquerque, NM. This work had a great effect on my creative practice and observational habit.

Some recent focuses of my work are to transform insignificant and trivial objects into something visually striking and to invoke a renewed curiosity in the viewer, and thus providing a perpetual amusement in their life.