I have a fascination with language. In previous work I have titled paintings from spam email subject lines, such as, We was crossing the road. I have also titled a series of paintings after a line from a T.S. Eliot poem. Then I began writing directly on the paper I was to paint on, erasing the words then painting in the space that remained. Currently I am painting words on the paper with a large brush. This creates a painterly effect leaving the words at times illegible and at times with strange emphasis. I make large works on paper, mostly using watercolor. Because I often work on the wall the paint drips and pools on the paper. Each piece is an attempt to delve deeper into where the limitations of my medium of watercolor can take me and a chance to witness how my daily experiences will filter into the work.