Seen as animated paintings these works are concerned with reconciling notions of abstraction with cinematic space. Barely perceivable shifts in movement, scale and color ask the viewer to recalibrate their relationship to the screen and consider the works as a specter of both the entertainment business and art itself. Born in 1968. Currently resides Los Angeles, CA. His work examines the psychological imprinting of consumer and electronic culture on contemporary society. He explores this relationship in abstract painting, digital animation, drawing, and quite recently, video. His work is part of numerous private collections in both the United States and Europe. His work has been exhibited in the United States, Europe and Japan.