My work as an artist has often been site-specific and architectural. I cannot create a piece without considering the environment in which it will reside. Often those pieces are created in one space only to be transformed and redesigned for another space, becoming a new piece in the process of appropriation and transmutation.
I have a background in sculpture from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. While there, I was able to create work in a variety of media, which asked questions about the relationships between time and space; process and concept; action and reaction. Through the process of accumulation and repetition, I am able to investigate making the intangible visible.