I'm so proud of him!
Here's his web site where he writes the following:
I am drawn to working with maps because of their innate functions as tools for navigation and orientation; tools that are necessary for physical location as well as personal bearings in life. I work from a process of selection, taking maps that hold significance to broader ideas or personal inquiry and abstracting what appeals to my aesthetic curiosity. I act as a lamppost in my own universe of maps, revealing what I wish to highlight about a place. My work acts as a landmark itself, in guiding a discussion that is the journey of the viewer. Information is lost in translation as I make choices in presenting an object stripped of, or imbued with particular details depending on my intent, but communication remains of paramount importance to me. I enjoy the manipulation of the map’s ability to outline information through its universal lexicon or recognized features.