I love the concept of art. It’s not something we need to survive like
food and water, but yet we are driven to make it. My particular muse
sings the song of steel. Heat, bend and transform from pedestrian
material to something unique, thoughtful and, possibly, thought
provoking – that’s art.
I’m a Web Developer by profession working with pixels and programs in
a digital world on a daily basis. Making sculpture is my spiritual
lifeline and allows me to work on something solid and real. Something I
can stand next to and walk around. I love the interactive environments
our society has constructed, but creating with steel, copper and brass
keeps me grounded and real.
I prefer to work in the abstract. I like creating a piece and asking,
“What do you see? What does it mean to you?” I’ve learned that
perspective is infinitely varied and intensely personal. Despite many of
our common references – colors, shapes, time – we each experience life
with our own unique viewpoint.