STATEMENT

I have long been attracted to the geometry and design of modern and contemporary architecture, finding inspiration in the lines, angles, and materials that are common to renovated urban landscapes. The architectural conditions that capture my attention are often viewed as imposing, alienating, and off-putting. Through shifts in scale and choice of materials, I seek to create approachable, vulnerable objects and images that invite engagement.

I am also drawn to the fragility, intimacy and delicacy of floor plans, maps, and renderings that depict built form and space. My practice is an exploration of ways in which 3-D structures and their 2-D representations can be so differently evocative.
 
My work ranges from dense, intensively labored collages to constructions that minimally alter the salvaged remnants of everyday life.