|Though I am a digital artist by education, art was a part of my life long before I discovered the allure of ones and zeros. Recently photography and sculpture have dominated my traditional artwork, while drawing has given way to digital image creation. Each medium lends its own unique flavor to the subject of technology and communication that unifies my work. Sculpture is real and visceral, there for the viewer to touch and experience. Photography captures a moment of realism allowing the viewer to see exactly the image and concept I wish to express. While digital images can be mass-replicated, traditional works are one-offs and therefore more precious. Even though this is not explicitly stated, analog works carry this message in their very existence. As such, they have a presence that is more than the sum of their concept and image.