Coming from a painting and drawing background, he applys some of these techniques to his sculptures. His choice of paint is mostly waterborne lacquer applied using both spray guns and brushes.
Forms carved to suggest cloth recur in many of his pieces. As he explains on his site: By tradition, cloth has been widely used to conceal and shroud objects in practices ranging from advertising to church rituals. Covered forms are often more evocative - with a sense of mystery absent from the uncovered object by itself. As he recalls: "I remember in church one Lent, as a child, being mystified while gazing at the statues shrouded with purple cloth."