Improvisations and fortuitous accidents emerging from the mess of the painting process coexist with methodically plotted designs born from hours of staring and thinking. In some of these works, hazes of CMYK process inks form thin scrims of color hovering over heavy masses of acrylic paste. Layers of bitmapped patterns slip in and out of view, or dissolve into pools of color. Employing an increasingly diverse language of marks allows me to suggest both the organic and natural, the digital and synthetic, and a range of ambiguities between the two. Using these techniques, I aim to address a defining aspect of life in the 21st century, the disruption of our everyday existence by a rapidly evolving digital realm.