Nature is the most influential part of my inspiration, I am compelled to understand and express her beauty. There is something that draws me to the concept of infinite detail that thrusts my mind into a loop, a fractal that allows beauty at every perpetual shift without loosing its novelty or allure. Entering into the micro structure of a mineral, a bubble or a feather… reveals a whole new world to get lost in.

The natural patterns of nature allow for an infinite play of light and reflection, revealing new stories and worlds every time you look.

I am naturally drawn to the patterns and structures that I find in my work. The polished exteriors and highlighted points reveal a sort of rhythm or song that plays as eyes run across the surface.

Reticence is about me exploring my work in order to better understand the elusive parts of the psyche. My work is a meditative process where I deal with ideas or problems of my mind that always seem to be beyond the conscious grasp and requires a dip into the subconscious.

a Part of accessing this state is switching off the conscious mind and letting my body becomes an automated process and to lose myself into becoming the observer rather than the one doing the actions. The process becomes a means for me to escape and lose my sense of self and expand it to a larger albeit at times microscopic whole.

Each interaction in the world forces an identity onto the psyche, each piece of work is a cleansing of my own perception of self. Naturally, each finished piece represents a clean slate for further unhindered expression and further exploration of the unseen world of the self.