Using video and software, I create new ways of storytelling called generative video portraits. My custom software constantly recombines video into a non-linear narrative, where each viewing is inherently unique. My method of making work mimics the way I experience life. I believe that every occurrence contextualizes and informs what came before and what will follow.
I make portraits of people, places, events, and processes. My print and video works use the same conceptual framework: I merge multiple viewpoints from different times. This structure allows me to fluidly move between both mediums. In doing so, I have realized portraits of prominent figures, domestic environments, landscapes, high-rise tower construction, and large-scale public interaction.
U.S. Department of State
The Art Institute of Chicago
San Jose Museum of Art
Helmut Jahn’s 600 N. Fairbanks
International Private Collections