I’m an interdisciplinary artist whose practice is rooted in sculpture. I work primarily in stone, although my practice extends into mold-making, wood carving and drawing. Scavenging is a prerequisite for my process; locating, collecting, and repurposing obsolete electronics is integral to my practice. I’m interested in how material, form, and scale can communicate meaning; how tiny an object can be and still be able to communicate its message, how immersive a public installation can be and still be experienced as sculpture, and how an object functions in relation to the human body. Ultimately, my work explores tensions between the monumental and the handheld, the disposable and the permanent, and the interactive and the inert.