The Wonderful World of Chemistry, color photograph, 36″ x 18″, 2013 Listed below the images are all the household chemicals: windex, pinesol, fabulosa, spic & span, scope and orange cleaner.
The dining experience is so ceremonial and can be messy both physically and in conversation. I asked a nearby restaurant to please leave the tables at the end of Saturday night, so I could document them and decided to call the series Table Manners. Some are more successful than others visually. Not long after, I […]
Series of coconut portraits for the Jersey City Museum exhibition called Tropicalisms. The exhibition explored stereotypes. All images are 10 x 10, padauk frames. The titles by design were named after tropical drinks that included coconut. Typically, designed for tourists when on vacation.
My God, It’s Good! – 48″ x 14″ Duratran on light box, 2000.
Duratran on LED light box, 18 x 24, 2011
For man, as for flower and beast and bird, the supreme triumph is to be most vividly, most perfectly alive. -David Herbert Lawrence It strikes me that people attach all sorts of meanings to flowers and other flora and fauna, hence the names they have been given. But these flora, like everything in nature, live […]
12″ x 16″, pigment prints, 2010-2012. The culture of branding, name recognition, advertising packaging, and attendant commercial waste has been common fodder with artists for years. Commercial iconography is immediately recognizable, forging a close superficial bond. Brand colors, names and logos are buried deep in our sub-conscious, it having been bombarded by them since childhood. […]