More than the application of a specific medium or hand to a surface, I have come to think about drawing as a way of seeing. I began my career as an artist in traditional and architectural drawing, and it has been my facility with this medium that has allowed me to experiment with different drawing strategies, and ultimately, different mediums and disciplines. As my work has continued to develop and expand, drawing has, in many ways, remained the framework for how I approach materials. When I make sculptures, photographs, or prints, they are embedded with an underlying matrix or scaffolding in their form. This broad conceptualization of drawing is also reflected in the often tonal nature of my work, as well as my use of light as an instrument of drawing.