Sometimes beginning from a found object, sometimes anthropomorphic and whimsical in nature, and sometimes drawing from a vocabulary of architecture from construction sites and miniature golf courses, I build my sculpture through a process of experimentation and discovery.  My process is to add, subtract, arrange and balance elements and pieces, looking for a surprise or unexpected consequence.  Visually enticing, my sculpture at first glance may look like some type of apparatus but with no explicit purpose or function.  I don’t mind people asking “what is that?”  In this way, my sculpture encourages the viewer to explore and ponder its purpose and meaning and possibly, even if ever so slightly, to question and change the way in which they see the world.