My paintings engender new environments inspired by the dynamic conditions now impacting Earth's flora and fauna: environmental destabilization, habitat dislocation, food and information corruption, among others. 

These works transform bodies into unrecognizable states where both identity and hierarchy are jettisoned by the rethinking of form and function.

These images use modes of representation such as rendering and perspective to give their unfamiliar forms the credibility they need to flesh out the diverse ramifications of this ultimate taxonomic meltdown. 

My paintings are not abstract, but figurative in the future tense, painted not to see the future, but to recognize our present.