The human figure, in the full sense of the word, is the subject of my work. I thrive to capture the interaction between people, catch the thread of intimacy - with a movement, a touch, a gesture, a gaze.
I am especially interested in dance, as it is an art-form that has always marveled the human body and the inner self. The connection between people who dance together is deep and layered, complex and marvelous - whether they dance on stage for audience, or whether they are amateur social dancers like me.
I think about the frame through which we each look at each other and at the world around us, that creates borders and at the same time creates a common framework for interaction and interpretation. When two people are dancing together the frame created by their embrace is essential for their connection.
While I work with the human figure, I look for what is common to all of us and for the uniqueness and personality of each person, and I look for the not-always-obvious way in which we connect with each other.