My creative practice utilizes a wide range of media and processes, including painting, sculpture, installation, digital products, collaboration, writing, or any hybridization. My most recent work has consisted primarily of paintings informed by digital processes and the visual language we associate with them. These works are an exploration of perception and the physicality of paint, while employing differing - and possibly contradictory - techniques. At the core of this work is a fondness for the limits of representation and materiality. Ultimately, my goal as an artist is to allow viewers a variety of ways to enter these visual and mimetic experiences. The resulting works are documentations of the everyday, meditations on the history and materials of art, and haptic reflections on my role as consumer and producer of images in the twenty-first century.