I build ephemeral sculptures, capture video, and perform actions within my immediate landscape. Place is not just a backdrop, but serves as inspiration, form, prop and participant in my work. It is often necessary for the natural elements to intervene and activate materials, heightening their function. Man-made and natural forces and objects work in tandem to become portals for the transmission of ideas.
Forever in search of a meeting place for the material and non-material, virtual or actual, My work often springs from minute observations that become focal points for larger meaning. Experiments and investigations create context for acute perception. There is an emphasis on the impermanence and continuation of all things. Place is material.