I use imagery of dated technology and bones to create a surreal narrative about analog technology in our digital world. I strive for a dark playfulness from objects that may have been lost or abandoned, and are looking to be found. My work is a hybrid of something you might as likely see in a natural history museum as a science fiction movie. I enjoy both, and given a little time they are not that far off from one another. My father was a car mechanic, and I grew up seeing the beauty of taking some old rusty hunk and restoring it to like new condition. As a child I thought I was going to be an archeologist or paleontologist and dig up dinosaur bones or lost civilizations. The imagery from both of these has been a constant in my work. Old bones and old machines both tell the story how we got to where we are. One is an evolution of the flesh and the other an evolution of technology.