2D Works

Sketchbook Compositions, 2017.

Selections of compositional development from May — November 2017. The earliest compositions in this style were designed as a sort of visual haiku in which the negative space of larger lines informs the location of smaller lines. This process of linear expansion within defined spaces has translated into ongoing bodies of work: through the iterative generation of collective spatial memories, current works in progress employ line in space transliterally rather than metaphorically.

Spatial Memories, 2017.

Some exploratory visual renderings of non-visual cognitive spaces. Cluttered, once-familiar rooms coalesce via mental collage — groggy recollections of touch and space are translated into crude lines. Perspectival logic bends to the whim of faulty memories as an image is quickly reconstructed on the page.

Current works in progress continue to explore conceptual and formal elaborations of lines organized as space.


Found Comps, 2016+.

From August 2016 ~ September 2017 I was teaching English as a foreign language in South Korea. During this time, I found it difficult to focus on art while focused on my newfound role as an educator. Taking a hiatus from 3d work, I channeled my visual interest into the urban textures and visual language of Korean streets, seeking inspiration for future compositions.

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Street Photographs, 2014 — 2015

Assorted photography / visual inspiration taken during the onset of my fascination with street textures and compositional structures. Narrowly-framed perspectives are used to flatten expanded spatial elements into graphic lines.


Digital Works, 2014.

Visual experiments in process and technology.