While working as a structural engineer, Michael’s sculptural mindset took root and in 1999 he began creating works of art in evenings and on weekends. As his engineering career advanced, the intrigue of purely aesthetic, abstract structure eventually overtook him, and in the autumn of 2008, he left an immensely rewarding position to pursue a career as a sculptor. Michael’s architectonic sculpture is comprised of seemingly infinite, yet precisely placed holes and divots in materials such as metal, hardwood and plastic.
Today Michael’s artwork is in collections across the globe. He still travels to fascinating and often remote locations to immerse himself in the wonders of nature, and human-centered design. Upon returning to the studio, he combines these observations of natural order and disorder, with science, mathematics and engineering to create the art he loves.