My photographs are experiential visions of our environments, whether they are interior or exterior, mundane or opulent. At first glance they may seem to be realistic images or even entrances into existing places. A print of a life-size staircase hangs on the wall as if the viewer could actually ascend beyond its luminous surface and up into the space. Upon further investigation, a surreal and magical narrative unfolds with unpredictable nuances, distortions, twists and turns, all without a human presence.

These visceral, large-scale images are composed through a process that requires numerous photographs of each place. Rooms seem to be turned inside out. An illusion of movement is created from the use of multiple vanishing points. Assumptions of reality are disrupted, creating a realm where inanimate objects seem alive. The result is both an architectural puzzle and a landscape of the mind.