Salvaged wood, metal, plastic, paper, and other elements are the motivation and foundation of my practice of assemblage that began in New York City in 2008.

My materials are collected daily, and continue to direct my self-taught process of bricolage. 

The weathered, warped, and fragmented quality of each urban artifact, is reborn in lyrical constructs, textural landscapes, and whimsical narratives, suggesting a kaleidoscope of imagery.   

Each work evolves with a rhythm of its own. Some pieces are the product of years of meditation, others are orchestrated and complete within fleeting moments.

*Special thanks for photo by Michael Toolan | www.michaeltoolan.com