Navigating between figurative and abstraction, I want my work to be powerful and yet beautiful, compelling and sublime. At times, my work may be precisely conceived and constructed, but it is important that it expresses qualities of lyricism and beauty, not for beauty itself, but as a whole and in the end as an instrument that gives the work its energy and its strength.
I am an artist classically trained and grateful for it. It has instilled in me discipline and drive. I love the principle, but I will not be categorized. I will say that this classical underpinning allows me to continually reinterpret my regard, to experiment and to take risks, in order to transform a concept into a work that is my own.