I am influenced by ancient wells and futuristic projections mixed with an aesthetic awareness of the sensual. I ponder the tactile and the ephemeral. I toil with the artificial and the natural.  Within my process, I play with invisible slivers and massive weights. I seek to translate the pause of silence and echoes of the fluid roar. My materials can range from forgotten land sites, dried and broken twigs, discarded clothing, pieces of technology, thrown away plastics, various configurations in metal as well as charcoal and paint. My creative process includes taking on the role of the voyeur, the thinker, the researcher, the sorter, the laborer, the doer, the artisan and the director. Out these objectives I bring forth and portray the spectrum of invisible forces that besiege our lives today, many of which are unsayable, undoable, and sometimes unthinkable.