In my new work, experience is revealed as a rapid succession of discrete, random yet connected moments. From the banal and mundane to the profound and spiritual, we fluctuate between emotional states on a daily basis. I believe this is significant. When everything can seem dark one moment suddenly the mind embraces fantasy or reverie. I am interested in the polarities of human thought: an endless stream of random thinking punctuated by flashes of uplifting release, a hunger for respite within a mindless flow. My recent work focuses on the juxtaposition of these moments and sequences. Subjects run the gamut: love, sex, boredom, materialism, routine, joy, exuberance and spiritual yearning. The real subject is not the events; rather, it is their incongruity in such close proximity.