There are subtle yet intimate relationships between object and user. When we describe an object, we describe it in human terms. Using language like lip or shoulder, reinforce this human connection. I try to work with these visual and tactile cues to create work that invites conversation about humanity and process. We are increasingly connected with our technology, but there is a distinct lack of human connection in this paradigm. In our culture of instant everything, making time to engage our senses in the world around us, is more important than ever. It is fascinating that we might make objects that slow down the ever increasing pace of living just a bit, and cause some sense of wonder.