I appreciate how widely digital art can be distributed and how many different platforms it can seamlessly access. I am amazed by and grateful for the opportunity to print digital art on metal plates and exhibit in galleries, publish digital work in magazines, newspapers, reports, books, journals, and feature digital art in curriculum, on websites and podcasts. I have created digital art for non profit organizations, environmental campaigns, and for apparel that speaks to change. It really is miraculous how versatile and effective digital art is for communicating ideas.
This is meaningful to me because I see art as a powerful platform for change, which makes digital art a kind of weapon to be wielded for good. My overarching goal is to leverage my creative practice to inspire positive action, and while I wouldn’t want to work exclusively in the digital realm, I see the value and appreciate how useful it is. I am grateful to be in the position where I can selectively work within social justice, climate justice and Indigenous sovereignty. Here is a collection of images from various digital projects.