My work is an exploration of time and a description of the memories I bear. Personal photographs, fragments of sketches, journals, and other found materials are incorporated into the work, layered upon, drawn on, and painted on, they become integrated with the surface they’re applied to. In this process, memory and structure are compatible. Incorporating architectural elements, such as blue prints, line work, arrows and numbers, correspond to the idea of a personal investigation with space and structure. Each piece represents a memory; a reflection of my life and moments kept. The integrated collage elements are deliberately chosen for each piece. The delicate graphite work and text I write on the surface can be read like a whisper, disclosing a gentle message.