My sculptural practice is about finding different ways of thinking and seeing. My work does not present a singular style or approach, but rather a creative territory. I am guided by my restless creative impulses, so I maintain control over my process by limiting my medium to only steel and color. Whether I am working with geometric and linear abstraction or figurative and text based works, it is important to me that all my sculptures relate with each other on a material level. This allows me to focus attention on the formal concept behind each sculpture, which is what I tend to concern myself with the most.