Sculpture is the medium through which I embrace and explore the complexity of life.
I am engaged with the intersection between dematerialized space and visceral substance.
This juxtaposition has an existential and visual complexity that resonates with my impetus to capture fleeting insights from the flux of life.
By altering and concentrating the experience of space and substance, I strive for visual intensity, moments of clarity, and the creation of environments and objects that engage myself and others in a discovery process.
The context in which I am working mediates the physical quality, emotional response, and significance of each piece. Whether I start with a plate on a table or a wall in a plaza, I am interested in the convergence of actual, implied, and symbolic content to express social and environmental concerns.