CLICK ON THE THUMBNAIL IMAGE TO SEE SELECTED WORKS FROM EACH OF THESE RESPECTIVE SERIES.
This series looks to explore the duality of effects delivered to the agency of people, places and objects by the proliferation of the modern shipping container.
This series utilizes an emblem of the everyday from areas that stretch far beyond urban boundaries and their resources. The rendered idea of each water tank’s available supply is made to also present an event that is equal in duration to the time it will take to draw down its remaining reserve.
Inspired by Cartesian coordinates, these blocks each detail intersecting scenes that relay the space and place of a particular moment.
These works look to connect two seemingly separate connotations for the word “parcel”; as something you would send/receive and the other refers to a specific piece of land.
The works from the Trailer Series contain only images of the impact that the utilization of truck trailers deliver to the destinations and the origins that they serve.
Each stack of separate steel boxes from the Compile Series form a place that is constructed, supported or transported by the movement of the modern shipping container.
The works from the Shipment Series detail the destination or origin of the shipment on the convergence of their contours.
The works from the Barrel Series look to make visible either the amount of supply needed or output produced in a given period of time.
The works from the Crate Series depict and address the want for goods that are un-order-able, un-receivable and/or undeliverable.
The works in the Watertower Series contain and preserve the idea of the environments from where they could be found.
BUILDING BLOCK SERIES
The Building Block Series focuses on the creation of the bigger picture from the collection of smaller separate moments.
The Slider Series focuses on a simple connection between an everyday man and his surroundings.
The Tower Series focuses on slivers of familiar scenes that are usually peripheral or overlooked. Once highlighted, these scenes can develop into landmarks of personal meaning.
The Bridge Series is inspired by the dilemmas and decisions experienced when connecting a situation with an outcome.
This is a selection of singular works that do not belong to a particular series.