"My work is abstract. It is naturally conceptual. By that I mean that for me, abstraction is not metaphorical, nor is it an attempt to transform what I see. The very nature of my relationship with nature is abstract. It is the way I experience my environment. I do not feel apart from nature. I am one interactive element of its composition.
The continually growing aggregate of my physical, psychological and emotional experiences within nature defines my work at any given moment it time. The intimacy and complexity of this dynamic interaction manifest themselves in the development of the new perspectives and languages required to give concrete visual, and audio life to the ongoing evolution of my perception of my place in nature.
I generally choose to create new pieces when I sense particularly important movements in the relationship that I sense merit exploration. I suppose one could consider these as stages of development not unlike those that characterize the evolution of relationships of a mystical variety."