I usually start by either exploring spaces or experimenting with objects until I reach an understanding of their function and relationship to myself. Then I use a variety of materials and techniques to create sculptures or installations that attempt to question how we perceive, understand, and engage with our surroundings. My more recent works have been exploring the senses and how they contribute to understanding our society and how we live. How we interpret those senses is fascinating to me. Do our personal upbringings change how we interpret the experiences we have through our sense? How much is the acceptance of our world influenced by the places and society in which we learn the rules of our nature? My work is a reflection of my own understanding, or logic, of the world. How do I make my logic logical to you? Both the answer and question to something that matters to no one else but myself, it is difficult to translate something that seems to only make sense to me. I am always conflicted between conforming to the logic of the world and accepting the repetitious reaffirmation that I feel alone in my thoughtful world.