In my works, ranging from drawings to paintings and installations, I investigate subjective, social, and scientific perceptions of nature by means of abstraction. My inspirations come from microscopy imagery, repetitive nature of scientific methods, and both our fears and joys we experience whenever confronted with natural and cosmic phenomena. Repeating and layering large numbers of simple minute marks, shapes, and symbols, the use of natural and synthetic color, reflective, metallic, or translucent surfaces all serve to articulate our relationship with nature and the universe.