I want to excite the environment that my art occupies and use reflective surfaces to transform space. The geometric angles mean that you are never quite sure what you are looking at and it is constantly changing in the weather. Sunshine, clouds, rain and moonlight are constantly transforming my sculptures which are never static but interact with their environment and the people viewing them.

I like to defy reality as it exists, by under constructing as much as possible but without interfering with the piece’s integrity.

My pieces are anarchistic. They break boundaries and provoke the viewer to look outside their norms. They shape shift the reality that they stand in, and bear witness to the fact that humans can overcome their obstacles by looking outside conventional solutions. My use of pure geometry is an expression and belief that perfection does exist, as does the absolute.