My drawings are driven by an exploration in mark-making and media experimentation. The marks and subject matter come from many disparate sources, such as domestic life, politics, media ads, commercial print, and pop culture. Mark-making and phonetic writing are often taken from my daughter and son’s drawings. Lately, I have been intrigued by edges of moments in drawings and in an abstracted yet three-dimensional sense of space. It continues to intrigue me how domestic moments and global observations merge, how domestic and global (or political) images or marks may conflate adding new layers of meaning and information. I am further interested in how this domestic-global intercourse, whether firsthand or vicarious, facilitates our opinions, belief systems, and an understanding of our environment.