In my artwork, I approach the subject of the Sublime using topographical computer rendered imagery as it develops on a time line. My imagery usually references the cosmic and biomorphic forms simultaneously. I am inspired by the media artist Ryoji Ikeda. In his large installation Transfinite, he approaches the Sublime with the accumulation of digits and data. In distinction, I use 3D animation technology as another form of mathematical research to explore the infinite and the eternal. I am interested in the idea of a parallel virtual realm, multi-dimensionality, and the spiritual. My work references the historical concepts of the Sublime but in terms of a confrontation with the grandness of an abstract technological interpretation of nature. It is a place beyond regional and cultural boundaries. In my work, I ask fundamental questions about human existence. Who we are and what is our significance within a larger whole?