I am a multi-disciplinary artist with interests in drawing, illustration, installation and sculpture. My work is an exploration of the human landscape (e.g., buildings, roadways, sidewalks, power grids, refuse) as being both a reflection and determinate of the social, physical, and individual well being in contemporary human life. This is explored primarily through the exaggeration of our every day environment in a playful attempt to make visible the absurdity of our constructed spaces in contrast to the natural spaces surrounding us. I am interested in illuminating the relationship between practical human life in a consumerist society and the environmental destruction that can result. I explore how we manipulate our environment starting with our physical dwellings and structures. The drawings, sculptures, and installations I create focus on creating an exaggerated reality that re-contextualizes what has become common place in our constructed environments.