“I enjoy developing artwork using both geometric and organic forms. Many of my pieces are comprised of fragments of various materials: frequently metals, wood, that I have made, altered and/or found. I strive to unify these elements in the various forms of artworks that I explore. I play in a variety of formats because life is too short to do the same thing over and over. Frequently, I simultaneously work on a couple of different bodies of work.
In many of my works, I assemble an interaction of the deliberate and the unintended, control vs. the absence of control. When working with surface quality, I often allow the beauty of the accidental surfaces to remain, but also choose to impose an order and merge the separate elements. The connections are a reflection of diversity unified to create a new form.”