Glass loves light. Reflecting, shimmering, sparkling, refracting. I work with glass to create luminous experiences that change with motion and light.
I think a lot about what draws our attention, and why. An element of surprise or unpredictability always makes us notice. In among the repetitive forms of our cityscape, fluidity of light and reflection, unusual perspectives and juxtapositions take on the qualities of the natural. So many of those moments involve glass. The perfect Miesian grid or the undulating balconies of the Aqua building offer endless visual interest when we consider architecture in interaction with movement and light. I use glass to re-create those moments and to offer a sustaining viewing experience that is infinitely variable.
New work in Reflect series is underway in grayscale.