Art practice, from a diverse and contemporary point of view, is a way of thinking through visual vocabularies that challenges our default manner of perceiving, not a way of repeating visual patterns or illustrating verbal documents. My broader art practice does not rest on one single theme or rely on one familiar technique. Although my projects experiment with different concepts, they share a similar aesthetic sensation - one that induces a sense of wonder. There are some reoccurring investigations, such as the inconsolable relationship between order and chaos, or the aesthetics of the ordinary. In some works, the poetic interweaving or juxtaposition of moving images reveal the unusual quality in mundane objects, whereas I explore alternative ways of story-telling. In other works, the contrast between random occurrence and obsessive control echo the chaos of nature and the orderliness of the human mind, whilst I seek ways to make these two qualities harmoniously co-exist.