Artist Statement

        Much of my work has roots in architecture, geometry, and anatomy (human or other). Guided by these influences it is my aim to imbue a sense of tension in what I create with the intent of communicating a visceral message. In building abstract representations and new unconventional forms I am attempting to construct an entity or object—that once was or will be—with the hope that it will become relative to the viewer and evocative of some common experience portrayed in a new light. Through tension and gesture of form I try to allude to movement that has happened or will happen and to things that are or may never be.