“Having grown up surrounded by Scottish hills and mountains of ever-changing color, texture and light movement; having traveled Europe and Britain viewing ancient sacred sites like the Ring of Brogar in the Orkney’s or Hagar Qim in Malta, I have experienced first-hand a sense of timelessness and hidden mysteries. I seek to capture this sense of presence in my work, and the intrinsic echoes of the landscape.
Each project brings a new sense of parameters, the history of the site, the geology, and its people. The scale of the site, its energy and form, are starting points for the development of a site-sculpture. The sculptures become an unexpected extension of the environment, imbued with the spiritual content of the land and its past history.”