My practice is a meditation on my personal relationship to landscapes and color, how they influence memories and sense of place, and the psychological effects color can have on the human brain. Channeling hard edge abstraction, design archetypes, and subjective perception, my method of working is a way for me to process what color can come to represent for an individual. Each piece contains highly controlled, planned compositions that function as a personal Morse code. The physical process of making a painting is very important to me: there is always evidence of the hand at work; lines are precise in theory, but not in execution; asymmetry is a natural result of freehanded shapes. Rooted in abstraction, my work is a gentle nod towards minimalism by breaking my memories and spaces of significance down to their simplest forms.