Inspired by science, my work aims to create new mythological frameworks born of our current understanding of the natural world. My art is inspired by the impact scientific discoveries have on our lives, particularly in their mythic potential. I work along two intersecting paths: our perception of the phenomenal world, and blurring boundaries and borders such as can exist between form/process, artist/perceiver, science/mythology. Abstract, experimental, and multimedia, my work draws on sound, video, and sculpture. I rely on formal training in music composition and sound design to create mixed-media works and immersive, experiential, and multi-sensory installations that capture the wonder of the phenomenological world. Most of my works incorporate experimental frameworks and elements of controlled randomness, with uncertainty and exploration built into the process. I work to create some measure of order while embracing unpredictability and the beauty that can emerge from chaos. Informed by the principle of emergence as defined in systems theory and Buddhism, I set specific parameters that allow processes to unfold and give rise to unplanned forms, inviting new experiences born out of unique interactions between elements of the work and or the work and the perceiver. I distinguish between chaos and disorder, and between containing and controlling chaos.