Through the art of drawing I aim to communicate ideas concerning our everyday experience of being consciously present. The focus is on fast contemporary life, lived (often obliviously) in constant flux, of change and habit and that which receives our daily inattention. In contrast, my drawings are an act of mindfulness; every detail and imperfection is faithfully transcribed; time is slowed in absorption while hours fly by.

By focusing on a moment, a detail combined with the meticulous rendering of surfaces, places and spaces I hope to provide a space for pause, drawing attention and awareness to ordinary reality in order to experience the present, more intensely. Drawing is my passion and helps me make sense of the world, it is an invitation and opportunity to spend more time looking at our immediate environment and our place in it, to make more of life lived now.