All my works are self-portraits and are greatly influenced by literature, music and everyday activities. My images have been described as humorous, insightful, and disturbing. Many of my works are playful thoughts to my reaction of the world around me. I view my works as a window to another world with recurring characters and themes that tiptoe between the surreal and absurd. When making art, I play the role of the viewer and try to capture a glimpse into this strange world, a world where anything is possible and where anything can, and often does happen. Many of my works are etchings on copper, printed on Fabriano Tiepolo, then hand colored with watercolors, rubber stamps, and ink. I utilize a variety of printmaking techniques such as drypoint, engraving, aquatint, drypoint, woodcut, and linoleum blocks in my works. I limit my prints to variable editions of 10.