I believe that meaning arises naturally from the pursuit of beauty and harmony.

 

When symbolism and meaning are allowed to dominate the process of design, the result is often forced and convoluted.

 

There is great beauty in simplicity, and a wealth of meaning in beauty itself.

 

Simplicity tempers complexity and the pair should be carefully balanced in order to compliment each other as parts within a whole.

 

This is my aesthetic philosophy; to allow meaning to emerge unexpectedly of its own will and to create designs that honor the beauty and

 

inherent meaning of the body itself.

 

To reflect all of the manifold forms of symmetry expressed in nature.

 

To find authenticity through diversity of form.

 

To seek the element of surprise.

 

To encourage the release of attachment to the conscious message in favor of the unspeakable.

 

To elevate that which exists only in the silence of the spirit.