I think of artists as cultural neurons. We exercise our sensibilities daily, we observe and we respond through our work. As an artist, the work I do is my way of attempting to understand an increasingly complex world, the human experiment and my own existence. By documenting my time here, it is my hope I am responsibly fulfilling a life purpose, an individualized creative reaction and response to this time, place, people and events.
Sculpture is the means by which I am able to combine what is real with that which is imagined. In a world where order, as we perceive it, is a mere illusion, the work of my art becomes the ability to navigate the churning of many tides. Ultimately, I emerge with a better sense of self, manifested in a work of art.