My work is all about untold stories, unmarked loss, and ephemeral lives. That is why my work sometimes feels like an archaeological dig, brushing away layers of time, like soil uncovering hidden stories and absent memories of a particular space and time.
This is the stuff you can’t find out on the internet. It’s a celebration of the pervasiveness of memory and the imprint we all make on the world, however brief that may be. I have a strong feeling that we have been here before.
The process of printing allows me ways to connect with those layers of history. My prints are built up using a variety of techniques and materials. I use intaglio, relief and embossing techniques with ink, Chine Colle, found objects and archival materials like historical records or old newspapers.