In my photographs, I use self-portraiture as a way of fragmenting myself within a series of images. Since I use my home as my backdrop, I interact with the spaces on an intrinsically personal level. Throughout the series, I try to come to terms with the strangeness of my own existence, capturing a sense of uneasiness and discomfort. In some instances, I utilize props to conceal my body, as well as my face. The resulting images are simple, yet inherently bizarre. They manifest from awkwardness, and serve as a way to communicate my strange colloquialisms.
HAIL SATAN An exhibition of contemporary images and writing from hell.
Curated by Ken Henson and Matt Hart, HAIL SATAN asked thirteen local and national visual artists and poets to re-interpret and channel thirteen original members of the devilish horde (Lucifer, Mammon, Asmodeus, Satan, Beelzebub, Leviathan, Belphegor, Moloch, Baal, Eligos, Belial, Astaroth and Beleth).
I Stayed In
The work adresses the push/pull aspect of disgust/beauty. They become a demurely violent self-sexual fantasy, in which the viewer becomes the voyeur.