My work is a celebration of irregularities. I start with simple shapes which are repeated thousands of times, revealing subtle textures when put together cohesively. I like to think of my handcrafted fragments as building blocks so that I can alter the rhythm of an assembly depending on how I feel. In this sense, my work is more organic and spontaneous rather than rational and cerebral. My ultimate goal is to invite the viewer to be a voyeur: creating a perspective that is not obvious, one that needs the participation of the spectator to complete the piece.