I create my work intuitively and organically, starting with a palette of colors and a chosen method of delivering the paint to the canvas. I usually have an idea in mind when I start, and the work naturally evolves into something unexpected. I use acrylic paints, mixed with various mediums, and utilize pouring, palette knives, pipettes and even balloons to apply the paint to canvas. I enjoy experimenting with new tools to create different effects. My paintings depict the sensations of a moment in time, and often resemble emotive terrains. I try to capture movement and life in a vocabulary of feelings without words. It is fascinating to see the layers of paint overlap and the colors collide at my direction. I work very much in the moment, and aim to evoke a sense of strong emotion in the viewer. My intent is that the audience will relate to the paintings in unique ways that are relevant to them.