My images break the “integrity of the picture plane.” They create dissonance. Traditionally, photographs are rectangular, quadrilaterals with four right angles that present images as though one were looking through a viewfinder, window, or looking at a screen. The expectation is that a photograph mirrors “reality.” My images are circular and do not present the rectangular image one expects from a traditional photograph.  They are composed of slices of a photograph that are repeated and rotated. Repetition of colors and forms encourages viewers to focus on the relationships of the objects to itself and the other objects in the image. Rather than experience a field of vision, viewers are brought into a vortex of shapes, colors and objects.