So much of my work focuses on the people I love. I can't help myself really, but the process of creating an artwork starts and ends with an almost obcessive study of the form of the subject. There is something so true and uplifting about giving this level of attention to the ones you love.
A sculpture of my mother's hands. The hands that nurtured me, taught me, held me.
In this sculpture I map the morphic relationship we have with our ancestors. It is the wedding photo of my grandparents.
This nude of my father is my study on how data flows through the human corpus collosum. We all exist as split personalities: spiritual and operational.
This piece zooms subatomic space to the resolution of human understanding. It gives us the opportunity to digest how matter is a matter of perception. We are made up of largely empty space.