Art is experienced by the mind, not the eyes, the ears, or the skin (which are never more than sensors). I create works that explore the conditions of their own comprehension. I treat sight and sound as distinct channels, but I am unsentimental about either. If there is magic to art, it happens in the physical space of the brain. It happens when the brain takes the synthesis and/or the antithesis of sensory data and combines it into something semantic – something meaningful. In the pages of this site, I’ll try and explain some elements of my approach.