As a visual artist, I rely heavily on life experience, situational circumstance and human interaction to guide the direction of my work. Oneâ€™s unforgotten moments in time, and messages left unnoticed both intrigue and terrify me. Constantly surrounded by the unknown and subtly overlooked, I am eager to tell the stories left untold, the conversations suddenly abandoned. Whether social, antisocial or isolated, I am interested in contemplation between the work and its audience. Although the few questions my work may present are often left open ended, I believe each viewer will draw a very familiar yet personal conclusion. I strive for that sense of connection to the situation, as if one once was there, engulfed in that very moment.