My art is best understood as a form visual anthropology. It traverses scientific research, documentary practices, personal journal, and art. I endeavor to generate collisions between the metaphysical construct of reality and the actuality of daily life. With each project, I embark on a self prescribed set of actions. Performing these actions becomes a kind of ritual. It is through these rituals that I am able to contemplate my place in the world. The resulting art works are artifacts of this process. The artifacts can take many forms, including photography, video, painting, sculpture or installation.