The film pieces, which I first undertook in 2004, bring together my interest in light, imagery, color, and the experience of film. For me, they suggest that moment after walking out of a film, when one is left with the memory and feeling of colliding events and imagery that make up a meaningful movie experience. Each of the films I have chosen has left a deep impression on me, and I have used those passages that resonate most profoundly to create light sculptures that reflect both my experience and the director’s vision. The process of making these works, applying each small image to the surface, has always reminded me of standing in front of a canvas with a loaded brush. The fabrication of the film pieces is complex. The composition of the images is arrived at intuitively, recalling my experience of watching the film for the first time but with little reference to plot or narrative. My goal is not to recreate but to create something new that is evocative and visually compelling.