His inspiration seems to be wherever he goes, whatever his eyes capture. Once he started with the making of bears, he now plays with a variety of old and new media with rhythm, lightplay, the music in forms and repetition, built with pliers, screws, hammers and anvil, resin, plaster, paper mache, ceramics. A sturdy design both contemporary and timeless.
His creations are usually time-consuming in the making, but are never so complicated that they can not be easily understood and used. His necklaces and chainmail are made of – sometimes – thousands of rings that are almost all opened and closed by hand, using nothing more than a pair of pliers. It sometimes appears to be work fit for a monk. Because of the often sturdy look, it is wearable by any gender.