The art I make explores hidden abstract patterns, random shapes, and aesthetic tensions I see in manufactured objects—particularly within the confines of structures and machinery.
Using my camera as a sketchbook, I'm constantly looking for subject matter that intrigues me and makes a memorable impression. Then I try to convey the excitement I felt so that the artwork becomes something that resonates emotionally.
In this way, the works are sort of abstract compositions found within the confines of realism, and I use this notion to inform my choices of what to present.
A short conversation with Harvey Hirsch.