I am intensely attracted to simplicity. Beauty is simple; there is an honesty that dwells within that simplicity. I also have a love of bright bold colors and very clean edged compositions. This aesthetic has informed my unique personal style which I describe as a collision between pop art and minimalism. From a technical standpoint, I’ve chosen to restrict myself primarily to the elements of shape and color. I find that restriction invites creativity, and working within these self-imposed limitations challenges me to develop more creative solutions to the visual problems I choose to tackle. I title my work in a Western Haiku format as a means to enhance the narrative experience of my work for the viewer. Much like the practice of Zen, my goal is to expose the profundity that resides in my every day experiences. I strive to create lasting visual imprints on the mind as well as positive energy imprints on the soul.