As a student in art and computer science, I began producing work that blurred the line between mathematics and art, focusing primarily on fractal geometry. I developed and refined my programming techniques to capture the complexity and beauty of algorithmic art in an original manner.
Over the years I continued to improvise and experiment until I made a niche for myself in the artistic community. My work contains elements of the familiar together with unusual shapes and patterns that will, hopefully, stimulate your imagination.
I live in San
Diego, California where I work as a graphic artist.
My work has been exhibited and sold by the San Diego
Museum of the Living Artist.