My interest has long been in creating tableau images which imagine and investigate paranormal phenomena. My work has two significant components: the images themselves, and the installations when the work is exhibited.  At their core, my images are about loneliness.  My narratives deal with characters in personal isolation, yet seeking (and sometimes finding) metaphysical connections.  The installations, on the other hand, present these narratives pseudo-historically, weaving together fact and fiction.  I seek to blur the line between the two with supporting documents, both authentic and counterfeit.  Writing plays a large part in my installations in the form of curatorial text, presenting (or misrepresenting) the images and ephemera to the audience.  In doing so, I mean to question the role of the museum and curator in our perception of truth, and I allow the viewer, even momentarily, to accept the impossible.


Glimmer: The Haunting of the Graham House

A Case of Levitation: The Story of Frances Naylor

The Strange Case of Dr. Addison and the Crosswell Twins

Magic and Murder at the Candy Factory: The Story of Anna Sula

Master William and the Governess