The starting point for my art is play; a free way of thinking that is closely intertwined with the behaviour and learning methods that define childhood. I work with a constantly contemplative, exploratory, open-minded attitude, using traditional sculptural foundations as a springboard. My sculptural tools are open and experimental.
Personal expression and intuition play an essential role in the creation of my works. I create sculptures based on memories, feelings, technical issues and experiences. In my current work, I attempt to unlock the static, closed foundations of sculpture. I create signs, characters, groups of meaningful and abstract forms. From these elements, I build, rearrange, dismantle and rebuild compositions of varying scale, maintaining a kind of dialogue with our ever-changing physical world.