My works are stills or fragments of moments suspended in time. Each piece implies a sense of movement using architectural forms as a foundation for narrative. Architecture is strongly rooted in our culture and historically a sign of establishment. My interests lie in the elements of embellishment of structures such as mantels and corbels. I distill/abstract these forms to remove notions of identity and function to emphasize their purpose of affectation. The fractures are synthetic and controlled; the organic forms, “goop”, are weightless and suspended in gravity. Through my work, I explore questions of structural integrity, illusion of security, and familiarity.