It’s always been the little things that speak to me. It may be a bent twig or twisted piece of kelp, small stones rearranged on a vast beach, a woman feeding urban birds, grains of silver on scratched film, patterns of wind and water, remembrance of a loved one. That's where the work begins, and my fascination with processes and materials, combined with the joy I find in making things, leads to creation of something new, often surprising.
“Sometimes I make art. Sometimes I make gifts. Sometimes a gift is art. Art is always a gift.”