Recurrent phenomena and systems evident on a macro and micro level populate my site-responsive projects. I use self-generated photographic imagery as found objects in the construction of two and three-dimensional large-scale collages. My installations activate transitory, passive, overlooked, and seemingly negative space, allowing the photographic subject to interact with the structural idiosyncrasies and social context within an exhibition space. I use photography not as a tool to stop time, but to control time passing. My work engages traditional photographic languages while simultaneously questioning its "truth dimension", exploiting photography’s ability to represent what is both true and what is false simultaneously. Modern printing technologies and graphic arts materials allow me to push the imagery’s object quality into a painterly realm, while the work’s interaction with space describes a scale and syntax belonging to the twentieth century sculptural tradition.