My sculptures all have a common theme of being based on modernist architecture. Another way I like to think about this is the idea of creating modern, abstract, sculptures that could be buildings through referencing and looking to modernist architecture. I construct my sculptures with the mindset of creating something architectural but also allowing a lot of freedom for myself which, in turn, I am able to come up with very original building/structural ideas. These pieces may seem like impossible forms to “recreate” as a building but, that’s the point of my artwork. In my practice, I enjoy working with found materials because it allows me to experiment and explore new textures. I will place an emphasis on texture in most of my work and will use these unexpected materials to visualize a building with these materials/textures as the facade. In many of the pieces I create, I use elements that contrast each other. These contrasting elements create a very graphic and bold quality in my artwork. I use geometric and organic shapes, complexity and simplicity, as well as my color palette, often using black and white.