Architecture imposes geometry on nature, creating and defining spaces that are inhabited, at least for a time, by individuals and communities. I am drawn to unoccupied spaces, which can at once speak of a past and future, waiting to be occupied again. I am interested in what defines a "sense of place", how we move through and negotiate our relationship to place, and by extension, to each other. Structures and their surrounding environments carry the memory of their creation and cause us to question our cultural identities and our own locations in time.
I work in a variety of media — painting, works on paper, sculpture and photography — in order to investigate multiple perspectives and ways for interpretation. As the boundaries between mediums are sometimes blurred, I enjoy how one medium informs another, and hope to create a dialogue in the process.