As a sculptor, I express the beauty of human bodies in my pieces of work. Clay and porcelain became an extension of my hands and I always enjoyed the coldness of them and the transformation of a raw lump of clay into a metaphor of a human body. I love clay because of its primal simplicity that contains infinite metaphorical potential. Therefore I attempt my works to speak of transformation, genesis and decay of human bodies.
I share a space in Ian's studio in Inglewood.