At first glance, the pieces which comprise Disjointed Expressions appear to have no thematic tie to one another at all. But their randomness—of style, of theme, of palette—is their cohesion.
I tend to make things about which the inspiration’s concept, history, or presence appeals to me. Oftentimes, those pieces collect nicely around a central theme, and other times not so much. These pieces—The Randoms, as I call them—find themselves collected here in Disjointed Expressions, a collection whose theme, though undefined, defines itself as a salute to the randomness and individuality of expression and creativity.