The Pillows are a culmination of my interests in organic structures, architecture, light and dreams. Completely hollow, they are kaleidoscopic wonders handmade from hundreds of plexiglass tiles. The organic architectural forms are made up of hard, durable material but give the illusion of fragility. To some they resemble a small being or a human torso. Light reflects off the pillows and can fill a room with shards of light. A pillow is something every human uses and can relate to through rest and sleep, yet most rarely contemplate. It's a symbol for comfort, sleep and dreams. The different color tiles and changing, reflecting light resemble the shifting visuals of our unconscious.
I received my BFA from Otis School of Art and Design in 2001. Solo exhibitions include Steve Turner Gallery, Launch LA, Patricia Faure Gallery and Monte Vista Projects. I have participated in exhibits at The Skirball Center, Brand Library, June Lee Contemporary, Gavin Brown's Passerby Gallery NY, Torrance Art Museum, The Depart Foundation, LAMAG, Wolf and Galentz Berlin and many others. My work resides in collections worldwide.