national boomerang
bravo whiskey
if I were in Vietnam
my kill

declaimed poetry
distant lover
my father reading marx for the first time

first in - last out


untitled film still paintings
if I died in a combat zone

tour of duty
soda man
my father asks what's going on?

Over the past four years I've been making work almost exclusively about my father, the Vietnam War, and my complex relationship to both. Through my efforts, I hope that I can contribute something new and meaningful to conversations about masculinity, national identity, and the reverberating effects of trauma on a second generation. I believe that the same things that preoccupy my thoughts and my work now, come from the same place as the things we as a changing nation have been attempting to work through, deny, and represent for years.