The Silos at Sawyer Yards
My drawings are made with simple materials (pencils, pens and markers on paper, objects and walls) and investigate how we live and interact as a society. They capture the collective experiences of isolation, inertia, and desperation prevalent in modern societies. My works are imbued with human interaction and with environments that are suggestive of an event or place, yet these are left as starting points, fragmented moments in an unending narrative. They mirror our existence while striving to find the essence of a wider temporal and spatial awareness in our ordinary lives.