My paintings are made for a digital world, but not one that exists purely online. I explore a space akin to that of daily interactions, often structured through, and mediated by, a digital presence. I am interested in deconstructing the binary of the digital and the physical through abstraction. I apply methods of construction rooted in a digital realm to the traditional activity of painting. The processes of drawing on Snapchat photos, rendering layered shapes in Photoshop, and abstracting palettes from digital video games or blogs all come together to create images that exist in an awkward, in-between state. They exist as failures of digital processes while simultaneously acknowledging their own limitations as a physical presence.