The concept of fragmentation and longing has been a steady thread throughout my work, particularly how the fragment can function to recall the idea of the whole and at times becomes bigger than that from which it came. In this rupture lies the potential for infinite completions. I am interested in creating spaces within my work that continue to expand. They are for me symbolic of our inner and outer worlds, representations of our experience of the real and unreal---both have equal validity. I am intrigued by the collision and overlap that occurs within these spaces, as well as the interconnective quality that recalls Romantic notions of landscape and the spiritual. These spaces are personal and emblematic of our collective understanding of space. For me, they are an exploration of how that understanding continues to evolve.