“A mask tells us more than a face.” —Oscar Wilde
Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought, Whoa, where did I get that face? It sticks to me at odd angles—partly the conspiracy of my forebears, partly earned. Given a choice, would I have picked something else? Chris Pine maybe? Ryan Gosling?
And is that a pimple?
Sometimes the face in the mirror expresses exactly how I feel, but then, how useful it can be to hide behind.
Telling stories is another way to express or hide, to explore the tension between external and internal. Face and mask.
This website is a sampler of my work.