In my thesis project I attempt to bring to life animals that I first imagined as a small child fashioning my work after a natural history exhibit, I sculpturally recreate these animals and present them alongside finely rendered anatomy studies, which I create digitally on the computer. The result is a life-size pseudo scientific diorama of childhood fantasies. Two attributes define me as a sculptor. First, I typically use objects from everyday life, from household appliances to out-ot-the-box type materials; combine these elements with more traditional sculptural materials, such as wood, spray foam, or plaster. Second, I am huge movie buff and my sculpture is often inspired by movie sets and props.
Thus, my works intentionally combine the language of science and fantasy into life size sculptural installations.