My form of self-expression involves creating both monumental site-specific commissions and smaller private works, in two and three dimensions. The work is abstract, yet organic and evocative. I fabricate it myself to control the process: heating, bending, cutting, hammering and grinding hard and industrial materials to transform them into curvy soft and suggestive forms.

Examples of public artworks are "Cable Crossing" (1997, Brooklyn Bridge / City Hall Subway, NYC); "Crescendo" (2008; Northside Pier, Williamsburg, Brooklyn); the "Serpentine Structures"(2008; Hudson River Park,); and "Vortex" (2016, Anchorage, Alaska.)

Exhibited here and abroad, my artwork can be found in private and public collections.

Some of my special interests are structural, functional and kinetic work.