The majority of my woodblock prints makes a social commentary by utilizing traditional woodcut techniques combined with current images from popular culture. By means of an alter-ego figure based upon a graphic comic book style that I have developed since childhood, I explore my place within the chaotic scenarios that often occur in today’s society.

My current series of prints is focused on the beauty of the pacific northwest and the wildlife of that area. At the same, I am also trying to understand the world through the eyes of my son who has been diagnosed with Dyspraxia. I am using the imagery of the new environment I am in while simultaneously trying to understand how my son tries to function in an environment that is not inclusive for someone with his gifts.