I often think of the sculptures that I create as being inside out. Thoughts, feelings, and memories, which normally reside in the privacy of our own minds are here represented through form and found objects, on the outside of the figure. The effect is to take what is hidden and make it known, and thereby show that what often feels so personal, is actually quite universal. They are each a narration of an inner world revealed – because deep down we all long to share the feelings that we are not quite sure we should feel.
I have worked as a sculptor since 2006 and have shown work all across the United States and sold internationally. My work has been acquired by the Racine Art Museum in Wisconsin, the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, as well as collectors from around the nation and the world.