Interested in how technology and the emergence of media outlets inform, affect and intertwine with the historical art canon. Faulkner's artistic inquiry spans visual mediums, but the one formal constant is an embrace of collage philosophy. He produces work that melds the digital and tangible, bridges technology and tradition, and attempts to create imagery that is both new and nostalgic.
Faulkner received his MFA from the University of Denver in electronic media. He continues to live and work in Denver. He currently teaches digital arts at the Denver Center for International Studies-Montbello. He has taught courses in art, design and technology at numerous universities, and served as area head of Studio Arts at Finlandia University in Michigan. He has exhibited work nationally at institutions including Center for Visual Arts [Denver, CO.], Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts [Omaha, NE.], VersionFest [Chicago, IL], GOCA [Colorado Springs, CO], Michigan Technological University [Houghton, MI], St. Michael's College [Colchester, VT], and Marymount California University [San Pedro, CA].