I sat on the floors of many rooms when I was very little. I could hear people talking about things bigger than me. To escape these things, I dug for crayons and paper in a crowded knapsack. With these, I made my first drawings. Drawing is both the source and structure for my present work. Awkward dreamlike perspectives are constructed through a physical building up of marks. My current body of work aims to describe "many rooms" through both memory and present thought. These imagined environments emerge through immediate perceptual experience, as well as through the malleability and instability of memory.