My work comes from a lifelong fascination with shape and movement. Ballet, architecture, music. I began making wood sculptures at the age of 4. In the late 1980s, while teaching art to children who had been abused, I realized a compulsion to paint. And later, to photograph.
I have since exhibited and sold work in Italy, France, America and Japan.
Over the years, my work has been gradually stripped toward simplicity, and yet the focus remains the same. The interplay of architectural form, physical relationship, and tapping the sensory experience of movement. I look for perfect imperfections because therein lies humanity.