Artist Statement

In Architectural Reflections, I am using architecture as a canvas. The reflected objects are other buildings living separately from each other and in opposing and various directions. What is reflected is a whole new world on a static surface; the buildings collide and warp upon each other throwing off depth and perspective.

I am drawn to the questions these images capture as they shake up equilibrium; what’s real, what’s not, what’s up what’s down, what’s in front, what’s in back, what direction is that image coming from, is it round, is it square, is it stationary or is it moving? The smallest movement of the lens will create a completely new world. What is perceived in one moment can dynamically change with an incremental movement of the lens. Beckoning the question, what am I really seeing, or am I creating what I am seeing?

"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."

Albert Einstein