Both art and architecture require my attention to detail, technique and conviction of concept. Their interchangeable relationship encourages me to re-imagine my role as a designer. Currently, my work involves a study in post-processing and iteration. My technique engages with past work by defining a hierarchy of line work and geometries, and pulling them into the foreground. This creates a rhythm and flow that speaks to the occurances of our natural world.
Initially, I explore the subject through many different techniques, including wood carvings, graphite sketches, photography and video recordings of patterns in nature. Each medium becomes a teacher of the process. This lends time for asking the client questions about what materials they value and what it is about the subject that they identify with most. At the end of each piece, it's about human connection and discovery of place.