My work is intended to celebrate and embrace imperfection. I subscribe to the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi-sabi. As described in the book- Wabi-sabi: For Artists, Designers, Poets, and Philosophers – Wabi-sabi is defined as the ‘beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete’. It is a beauty of ‘things modest, humble and unconventional’. And while I will never pretend that I can ever convey the true essence of Wabi-sabi through my work, it remains the inspiration behind the pieces I create and my life values.