Nature vs. technology has always been at the forefront of my contemporary exploration of digital art and painting.
During my final year in art school, I combined different methods of painting to deconstruct the painting process - one of the main tools I used was a scanner. By warping plain air paintings on the scanner I was able to create a pixelated rippling effect resulting in an abstract landscape. By layering several of these paintings together in Photoshop, I created depth within the space of the landscape itself.
Much of the work you see below is an exploration of that process. The way I see digital art image-making is through process; tools are meant to be manipulated and explored in unconventional ways. I hope the resilience of nature peeks through the pixelation of our contemporary spaces.
I am currently open for commissions in all mediums and you can find my work for sale through the store link above.