The main theme in my artwork is the urban landscape. With a focus on everyday features such as Japanese vending machines and overhead power-lines I aim to visualize the experience of places I've been to. The result is an interplay between perceived spatiality and my view of the carrier as purely a two-dimensional plane. In recent years my focus has shifted from man-made objects in the urban landscape to the meaning of space in the urban landscape. I'm particularly interested in places where different meanings overlap and co-exist. Due to this I've begun to start painting nature, seeing it as an inseparable part of how man designs - as well as perceives - the urban landscape. Through the use of vivid coloured pigments I want to stress the aesthetic and playful, and at the same time the dissonance and the inconsistence.