When I was little I loved to watch gasoline floating on a puddle of water, the swerving colours were hypnotic and mesmerizing to me. Mathematics and physics described abstraction through an incredibly powerful language that I slowly fell in love with. Programming familiarized me with more mathematics and language, but I never strayed too far from the material and tangible. I use mostly everyday found objects in my work, I like to combine the mundane with the purely theoretical to produce something fleeting and beautiful.
Travelling through Canada, I planted many types of different trees throughout many regions in British Columbia and Alberta. Everything that obeys the laws of natural growth, such as mushroom, moss, long grass, bushes, shrubs and flowers, had reminded me of emergence and complexity theory. Fractal patterns in nature inspires me, and remains the greatest motivation in my visual art journey.