I find myself being drawn to the patterns found in nature, man-made structures, and the interaction between them. All sets of patterns are governed by the forces of nature.

Ripples on sand dunes are created by winds and the size and shape of sand grains, water running over volcanic ash deposits creates the forms we see at Cathedral Gorge in the USA.

Reflections of a man-made bridge in the disturbed water in Launceston, Tasmania are an example of the complexity created by the interaction of natural and man-made objects.

The domed shape of the brick kiln in Vietnam is influenced by the need to concentrate the heat towards the unbaked clay bricks and to support the brick courses which form the building.