I use the drypoint needle technique for my etchings. Using this technique, lines are scratched directly onto a zinc or aluminium plate using a sharp metal needle but no solvents. The plate is then printed in colour on paper.

I first look at my subject matter from all perspectives, possibly as an indirect result of my work as a fiscal lawyer, and then try to represent the characteristics of the landscape using as few lines as possible..

If you are interested in one of my works, please feel free to contact me!