The artist says:
"One of the things I like about computer art is that light is coming through the monitor, much like light through a stained glass window. I focus on light and color in much of my work. My favorite 3D art program is Bryce, by MetaCreations, because it does a good job of simulating glass, water, and metal. I create many of the 3D objects in my pieces in other programs like Ray Dream Studio and then import them into Bryce for my 3D renders, which can take my computer anywhere from a few minutes to a full day depending on the complexity of the glass in a scene. I have many ongoing series ranging from stained glass and metal pieces to abstract pieces, watercolors, and Atlantis pieces. I work very intuitively, often not knowing what I am going to do when I sit down to work."