100% Relatable Content 2020 Video
Painting of a priest and a rabbi at a bar. Addressing the kind of humor one from the suburbs might enjoy.
100% Original Content 2019 Acrylic on paper 9" x 12"
100% Relatable Content DVD Cover
100% Relatable Content DVD Cover 2020 Digital
Painting of a suburban home enclosed in Tupperware. Addressing the importance of maintaining a happy home life as well as the bubble many of those who live in the suburbs are in.
Long Lasting Freshness 1 2020 Acrylic on paper 25" x 32"
Painting of a suburban home enclosed in Tupperware. Addressing the importance of maintaining a happy home life as well as the bubble many of those who live in the suburbs are in.
Long Lasting Freshness 2 2020 Acrylic on paper 25" x 32"
Painting of a suburban home enclosed in Tupperware. Addressing the importance of maintaining a happy home life as well as the bubble many of those who live in the suburbs are in.
Long Lasting Freshness 3 2020 Acrylic on paper 25" x 32"
Suburban neighborhood with flames in the background. Framed in a cheesy picture frame from a tropical vacation. Addressing the bubble of the suburbs as well as the lack of concern for things happening outside the immediate community.
Another Day In Paradise 2020 Acrylic on wood panel 30" x 40"
Painting of someone's neighbor peeking over their fence.
Howdy Neighbor 2020 Acrylic on paper 12" x 9"
Painting of a road riddled with pot holes being rained on by change. Addressing a common concern of those who live in the suburbs.
My Goddamn Taxpayer Dollars 2020 Acrylic on paper 12" x 30"
Statement

Through two dimensional, animation and video work I focus on elements of suburban life. This way of life had become very normal to me growing up there. Having now left I realize these things aren’t necessarily normal and I have been able to see the suburbs as they are. Certain parts stand out to me as strange and even funny. I bring focus to these things that are hiding in plain sight, highlighting what I find particularly humorous. Making what is generally understood to be a regular life, feel more irregular. I do this by using imagery that is very commonplace and generally uninteresting. I will often use text to bring more attention to what I’m addressing, usually in the form of some sort of slogan or gag. Referencing material you might be exposed to whilst living in the suburbs such as television programming, as well as the commercials and other advertisements that come along with that. I feel that the imagery you would see here is what defines how we see suburban life. A life that I feel has gone generally unchanged. So in the same way a television show might I bring attention to what might get overlooked in life, elevating the subject.