My work is driven by introspective thought and meditation on themes of responsibility, family, and machine process. I create my sculptures  by building with shaped foam core, and mat board, allowing their forms to take shape through a gradual process of refinement that parallels individual development and coming of age. Beyond mere formal studies, my work functions as a paradigm of my relationship with the universe, a totemic physical manifestation of dedication and duty.  

 

 

In my practice, I seek an equilibrium of personal serenity and artistic precision, prioritizing consistency, patience and a sense of intentional ‘slowness’; these principles transcend my time in the studio, and I aim to apply them to every facet of my life. By working in series rigorously defined by shape and color, my work takes on a ritual quality, operating as a form of meditation and personal cleansing.