These works explore the transition between the audio/visual material culture of the 1970s and 1980s and the modern digital world of today. Most media that appeared on tapes, vinyl records, reel-to-reels, boom boxes, VHS-beta players and cathode ray television sets had a distinctive texture, feel and "static" in their projection of sound, color, tone and image. This particular static or "interference" is what I am most interested in presenting as a "beautiful accident" and a creative tone for the work. It is the "syntax" of error between what is considered "broadcast-safe,"that has its own beauty and importance. The video mixing process is used as a creative technique which involves using layering, transparency, movement and composition for a more dynamic impression. the mixing process adds fluidity and movement to the rich, vibrant colors.