Every so often, I happen upon a fleeting poetic moment. A moment that is clear yet inexplicable. In this moment, I experience a contemplative state, which drives my will to create. The act of making becomes a spiritual practice. My work reflects this ontology and investigates natural and man-made states of being.
Materials have their own essence and history, which I use to bring form to the poetic moment that inspired me. I seek to create places for contemplation, questioning, and if only for an instant, a state of immersion. My practice involves repetition, large-scale constructions, and technology to create abstract forms and installations that invite investigation and reconstruct relationships and space.