"I believe that the power of an image is in the curves. There is very little use for straight lines or flat planes in my work. The only real representation of a line from point A to point B is a curved line. I am, of course, going to use straight lines and planes at times, as they are useful for measurements, and support structures, and any time that man-made items need to be represented. Straight lines allow short cuts or abbreviations; they represent the arithmetic of an image." "Curves, however, are where the power of the image lies." "Curves are the way nature moves. Curves are where the mathematics gets complex, and math still only approximates the lines what nature produces. My goal in capturing an image is to get the relationships between all of the curving lines and curved planes into alignment."