"I am a process artist, and quite frankly, it drives me insane. Works develop on their on accord, with little regard for any intellectual intent I might be foolish enough to entertain. Mid-way through each piece, I seriously consider burning it and stopping work forever. However, I don’t, and quite often a very magical experience, that many artists know, occurs."
"I love creating visual excitement for the eye. I love sharing the power of life. I love conveying a quality of light. I use acrylic paints, water-soluble oils, and acrylic mediums. I paint on canvas and panels."
"My favorite artists are Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Gerhard Richter. My visual inspirations are endless. A television commercial or the wonder of the sea can spur an idea."
It was perhaps inevitable I become an artist: I was born on the Museum Mile. My teens and early twenties were spent wandering around some of the greatest art institutions in the world, among them the Metropolitan Museum and the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney and the Guggenheim.
By ten, I had moved to Brooklyn, where I later received my BA in Art History from Brooklyn College. I have worked as a Marketing Director, an artists’ representative, and an art consultant. In December of 2008, I started painting.