Sometimes in life you fall. Fall from love, fall from grace, fall from self, fall from dreams. This is the sculpture of the beautiful hand that caught my soul as it plummeted.
Permanent Collection of the Science Centre, Singapore. This sculpture represents un-measured aspects of a Mother, the complex decisions that her hands make. The combination of millions of small maternal gestures that together add up in the most beautiful complex outcome … you.
Without fail science, magic, and religion have pandered to the cult of youthfulness. This sculpture explores our obcession with youth and beauty.
This work explores the nature of Childhood and the complex relationship between fantasy and reality.
We are witnessing a mass extinction of Amphibia. An exotic fungus called Chytrid is delivering the blow.
A private commission for a collector inspired by the smaller scale work called Kiss of Chytrid. This is an outdoor piece is designed to live on a lake.
A sculpture of my mother's hands. The hands that nurtured me, taught me, held me.
This work paints the surprisingly spiritual conversation I had with one powerful Goldman Sachs banker as he sat in the eye of the storm..
This work is about a mysterious story from long ago has forever influenced the Savoy Hotel in London.We believe in superstition as an irrational response to our lack of understanding of how the universe works.
Satori is a Japanese Buddhist term for "Enlightenment". Buddhist teachings explain that our perceptions of reality are built on the foundation of ego.