Within the sea of sorrows and vision, I seize my inspiration. I gather, assemble, reproduce, disassemble and reassemble. I use repetition as my playing field. The edge and the skin are very important and so are the transitions between them. Edges are areas of friction, excitement, tension, disintegration and decay. Skin is flexible and emotive, superficial but essential, protective yet vulnerable. As I’ve grown layers have entered the work as a way to reveal what I've been hiding all along. The surfaces have been peeled back and the results are a rhythmic combination of materials, a landscape that looks ordered, but is actually chaos.