As a student in Paris, I realized a dream to study ballet, which has been an intense fascination since childhood. A couple years later and it was clear that the physique of a prison guard was no Baryshnikov in the making, but the experience was addictive. While working as an art teacher for abused children in the late 80s, the path became clear and I was compelled to paint. And then, to take photographs as well.

I have since exhibited and sold work in Italy, France, America and Japan.

Over the years, my work has been gradually stripped toward simplicity, and yet the focus remains the same. The interplay of architectural form, physical relationship, and the powerful sensory experience of movement.

Textural Ballet.