My work looks to explore how technology has changed how we view and interpret information. It isÂ more likely for someone to experience a work of art on a computer screen instead of in person andÂ because of this the viewer’s experience of the art isn’t the original piece but a digitally altered version ofÂ the art. In my paintings I use a collage technique to distort, flatten, and hide details in the painting toÂ create images that look similar to that of a computer glitch. The glitch itself represents the awareness ofÂ the digital medium at use.
I received my BFA from The Ohio State University with a focus in drawing and painting in 2013. In August 2016, I will be attending The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts where I will be pursuing my MFA in Painting.