“Having always had an interest in found objects, I was naturally attracted to recycled cardboard.

The use of cardboard in my work is intended to echo notions of impermanence and fragility of nature.

The material used, and the placement of the sculpture, are just as important as the characters they represent. Whether it's aluminum cans, decommissioned weapons, cardboard boxes or recycled bottles. My sculptures are all protagonists of this constantly evolving narrative. A satirical epic in which my work aims to address political, social and environmental issues.

I recently started using recycled plastic in my work. I'm concerned about the amount of plastic that pollutes our waters, so I find ways to reuse this material by incorporating it into my art.

My sculptures will continue to question and reflect my opinions on the environment and the world around us."