My print work, whether letterpress, screenprinting, etching or book-making, explores the fight inherent in appropriated imagery: the transformation of familiar letters, words, and language (books) into new contexts. The visual content, whether reappropriated or not, is used in the same way.

In an attempt to explore the boundaries of a burned screen, these screenprints use recurring images to demonstrate the variety of ways a visual mark can be used. Through these experiments we can see how the same mark can play the protagonist on a piece of paper, while in other prints it acts as a structural assistant, aiding in the telling of a larger story.