“My unique voice and skills came out of my University of Washington education in fine art as well as architecture and engineering, and learning from the late, great Buckminster Fuller. I use a ‘kit of parts’ concept, incorporating component parts into elements, installed as continuous systems. This approach drives my ability to create environmental works, realized in two and three dimensions, as well as a combination of both.
I approach each installation as an architect, with a vision for the structural details of the work. Designing a project and how it fits with its surrounding architecture and natural environment is an essential part of my voice. But, the heart of each project and how it relates to the public, who will see and live with it when all is done, is created from the soul and emotion of an artist.”