Much of my work is about control, not the theme but the process: what motivates and drives my practice is an ebb and flow of grasping and letting go of control; who controls what and what is the nature of that control. Control can be very close to power, but this is not an exercise in how to compel the other for much of what I do is done in solitude. It is more about a reconciliation with the world and events, reforming experience and observation into something that expresses an idea but not an ideal.