The appeal of cinema to me lies in its ability to explore complex issues through infinite perspectives. I believe that films exist to create a reaction in a person, and to transform audiences from spectators to participants.
My current body of work focuses on memory and the methods by which we assign value to our experiences. These films aim to further investigate our ability to observe, process, and assign value to the images we view and experience.
The act of teaching has parallels to art making and therefore should have form and content. I offer students the opportunity to build upon their interests and embrace the motives which initially lead them to the classroom.