Inspired by a moral upbringing, I posses an ethical consciousness along with a fascination for the question “How do Humans Behave?”
Through the medium of sculpture, I explore the tenuous relationship between man and his society. Isolation, and miscommunication resulting in disconcerted relationships together with man’s physical and emotional survival over adversity, is most attractive to me.
My sculpture recognises that when we are alone and unsure, vulnerable and depraved we often seek to reflect on self and make change; it is then when our true humanity comes through as we learn that it’s our whole selves that make us beautiful.
We don't survive in spite of our flaws but because of them.
My style is illustrative and sometimes metaphorical. Inspired by theatrical body language, performance and expressive posturing, whether it be a body arching backwards perched on a ledge, balancing a hoopla with a prosthetic limb, or symbolic hand gesturing, I strive for dynamism, poetry and passion in each detailed piece.