“These aren’t your grandmas’ kitchen windows” is a mantra I find myself repeating when I describe what I do. For me, it’s about breathing life back into an ancient art-form, to create glass works of art that question peoples core beliefs about what they think stained glass art is. To push the boundaries between what is possible with glass, while never limiting myself when it comes to other mediums.
I’m very excited to combine stained glass and painting to achieve new, radical expressions, that stand completely different from expectation.
I use darkness, coupled with exaggeration and sarcasm to create satirical, tongue and cheek pieces, which are usually used to convey deep and personal messages that are steadfast in the face of culture, and insecurity…
More than anything, I want for my work to create conversations, spark debate, and open doors to different perspectives!