"I learned that just beneath the surface there's another world and still different worlds as you dig deeper. I knew it as a kid, but I couldn't find proof. It was just a feeling. There is goodness in those blue skies and flowers, but another force-- a wild pain and decay--also accompanies everything."   - David Lynch

Appropriating from memory, mythology, and a familiar collective consciousness, the digital works I produce invite viewers to experience our inescapably mediated lives “through the looking glass”, where sexuality, power, and class issues reverberate in idiosyncratic juxtapositions. On a conceptual and technical level these tableaus consist of fragments that are reassembled at oblique angles to their original context. They are not meant to convey logical conclusions nor to allow for easy categorization. I feel akin to past and contemporary artists, writers, and filmmakers who uncannily deconstruct rigid notions of reality and perception. The extension of this sensibility with computer-based applications is only natural to me as a reflection upon the Digital Age in which we all coexist.