Studio updates, current events, and archival posts from 2014-2017.


Where my past work might have been a discursive communication of autobiographical events or an expressive visual diary, this trajectory sheds the artifice of personal identity for something far more undefined. Inspired by my travels to holy sites across Europe, the Middle East, India, China, Japan, Indonesia, Mexico and the United States, this work represents searching and containment, storage and release.


Working in mediums that don't quite make sense yet is always a challenge. You don't quite ever know if it's even worth it since all you ever see are images in frames with title cards covered in red dots. But for me, a clear path never appears until it does — often it's only in deep retrospect and years down the road.


The work became OMNIA or everything. It's the story of galactic elements, light, data, communication, consumption, and the trajectory of it all hitting your eyeballs in the acute glow of an Oculus Rift headset. This work is an enormous gamble and on some level utterly ridiculous — that keeps the actor happy and provides a kick no drug can portray.