The imagery in my work is best described as an amalgamation of candid recollections and fabricated realities constructed in the guise of toys, props, architecture, and machines assembled in a moment suspended in time. My sculptures are composed in ways that imply a narrative to which viewers become witnesses a part of a scene. Shifts in scale and perspective challenge viewers to question their physical relationship to the world around them. In my recent work, I am exploring the influence architecture has on our cultural and social interactions. I find that seemingly inert architectural elements, such as a corbel or moldings, serve as historical markers visual backdrops to our passage through time.