My work approaches the subtleties of living, defined by form, movement, colour and texture. The exploration of complexity of movement is evident in the contours of the body and the placement of the appendages. I reference growth patterns found in the natural world and explore the inherent movement found within these systems. Highly textural, seemingly organic surfaces invoke a belief we are experiencing mimicry of life. In my attempt to fix a moment in time, I am interested in how we perceive and assign qualities of both the object and the organic to the work.