I like to sculpt and make 3-dimensional objects, I always have.
Art that occupies volume within space is amazing. As you journey around the object you experience it in a way that is unique to you; things like your height, your depth perception, and the way the light falls, all contribute to how you perceive it.
Whether it be in the real world or in the virtual world I enjoy using a variety of sculpting techniques exploring the softness of shapes and the harshness of lines to capture a moment in time. From traditional clay sculpting and casting to the progressive modern experience of sculpting in virtual reality, computer graphics, and printing, my final goal is to make a piece of art that the viewer will want to explore with their eyes and fight the urge to reach out and touch with their hands.