Although I consider myself a sculptor, my primary concern is with the fourth dimension, Time. My pursuit is to understand the linear and finite and nature of human life within a cyclical and seemingly infinite universe. We experience time as a continuous progression from the known past to the unknown future. I attempt to blur that distinction and regard the past, present and future as a whole. I derive inspiration from scientific research – scientific data, theories like relativity, and current explorations of deep, cosmic time. I consider language my primary sculptural material. I work with words the way other sculptors work with found objects. My artwork often takes the form of signs in various scales and mediums. I enjoy co-opting strategies associated with commercial signage and advertising and employing them to encourage thoughtful introspection and reflection. I try to ask unanswerable questions and highlight the wonders that can still be found in our everyday realities.