Mindscreens recreate perceptual experiences through a variety of perspectives that show changing emotional, temporal, and spatial relationships between the objects and the observer. My goal is to subvert sensationalized media trends by focusing on the subtle prosaic details of my life.

I chose to call my work Mindscreens because I am influenced by the formal elements of filmmaking (set design, lighting, point of view, visual rhythm, camera movement, and editing). Mindscreens reflect my fascination with the capacity of cinematic art to draw attention to particular aspects of a scene, causing those images to linger and resonate in a virtual theatre of the mind.