As architects, artists and designers we are allowed to be more autobiographical than many other professions as we develop our visions of the world; we are expected to create a new reality in pursuit of our values.

I am intrigued by design that promotes community.

Permanence engages us all by notions of death, memory and mourning. Be it the rituals of holding a bowl in your hands, sensing its texture, weight, and color, or feeling the solidity of walls interacting and negotiating within a landscape; I believe in juxtaposition as a form of inquiry.

Always wanting to materialize the world of my imagination and give physical form to ideas, I seek an agenda to guide myself and inspire others through strong symbols that are not figurative but abstract, challenging and enduring.