Using methods and materials which are imbued with history and strive for permanence, my work as a sculptor has been intended to carry concepts and unfold in layers of meaning with repeated viewing. In 2006, I began to use kiln cast glass to convey a sense of motion and expand the three-dimensional views of my work.
With a background in traditional sculpture methods including mold making, lost wax casting, carving and other fabrication methods, I strive to speak about the contemporary world with a language that transcends the present moment. My work is intended to travel through time by surviving into the future to speak to those who come after us.
Because sculptural objects are three-dimensional, we relate to them the way we relate to other living beings and we see ourselves reflected in them. Consequently, it is the viewer who creates the ever-changing dialogue with my work.