Fabrication of Movement

I have always loved the work of Richard Serra, David Smith, and Julio González among others and their work in steel, bronze, iron, and copper, the very material that the earth is made from. I have been drawn to the foundry, heat and force of working in metal that is then transformed into works that become beautiful, graceful, epic pieces of art.  
At this pivotal moment in my life, I left the sanctuary of the rehearsal room and theatre and find myself in a noisy workshop wearing overalls and a welding mask. I feel at home.  I have found solace and creativity in the fabrication of movement. Mainly working with mild steel, from small to larger outdoor pieces combining with other elements of wood and stone, I aim in these sculptures to capture the elusive moments of the body in movement in a playful, effortless and curios way.