"I have been making drawings after waking from my dreams since I was nineteen. And in that time, I have seen them progress from symbolic fragments, fulfilling the cliches of dream analysis, to what seems to be an act of simple and natural picturing. These images now appear like snapshots or little absurd and telling cartoons. Sometimes serious, even dense and morbid, though often funny and light. Overall they represent a process of the imagination that reformulates my experience of the world in a clearly unrealistic dimension."