I am a painter and printmaker from Boston, MA, currently living and working in Brooklyn, NY, and going back and forth to Akureyri, Iceland.

My work examines the innate human need to engage with existence, using the inexhaustible landscape as a tool to navigate the sublime. The history of spiritual abstraction, philosophies concerning perception and phenomenology, and the investigation of abstract sciences that deal with the unknown, all play a crucial role in the conceptual thought behind each of my series of works. My process is intuitive, documenting the face of unpredictable nature, and treats art as an act of discovery through immersion in physical and psychological interaction. An assemblage of tangible material and experience; my work seeks what lays beyond reach.