My career as an artist began in the mid 1990s, when I began creating black and white photographs of an abstract nature, within the natural and urban environment. At the turn of the century, I went to Europe for the first time, and studied the Italian Renaissance. Upon my return, I studied under the Argentinian artist Osvaldo Romberg. I wrote my dissertation on the Italian Baroque architect Guarino Guarini, and soon thereafter moved back to Europe, to where I now live in Athens, Greece.
My work, in many ways, is biographical, and has changed dramatically during the course of my life. I am deeply affected by personal emotion, love, relationships, and the immanent presence of world events such as violence, war, and injustice, not from a political, but from a human vantage point.