"The Future is Always Tomorrow" is my current body of work and is the title of my most recent solo exhibition at 101/Exhibit gallery in Los Angeles. The work explores future habitats and societies, contrasting fantastical science-fiction imagery with the reality of the present. The paintings and video depict an abandoned space habitat with an interior inspired and modeled after Centralia, PA. Once a thriving borough thanks to the coal industry, Centralia is now a ghost town felled by the very technology that once supported its population. The sculptures in this series are hand-painted large-scale 3D-printed works that make up my concept for a fleet of spacecraft. Each ship in my fleet is inspired by a different body part with each serving a specific function based on their forms. In formation, the fleet would create a humanoid form traveling through space. My vision of the future is one of cautious optimism. Just as my paintings coalesce the realities of the present with what seems like technological fantasie, my new sculptures and drawings combine express my hope that we will further use technology to improve and evolve our very selves.