"My tools are simple; light, water, liquid dyes, and transparent glass forms such as old bottles, magnifiers, or glass balls. My photographs capture the fleeting results of their interactions. I purposefully do not call them experiments; for I am not attempting, to render visible the invisible; nor am I documenting the workings of phenomena in a scientific way. Rather, like a child, I let random play its part, limit manipulation to a minimum, and allow the camera to witness the endless variations, surprising structures, fluid motions, and subtle hues of the elements I work with. The photographs are simple vehicles for wonder, emotions, memories, and interpretations, whether mine or those of my viewers."