Book arts are at least as old as the printing press, but they're in a revival period and growing every year. Book arts traditionally work with the book form, so they typically start with some kind of binding and pages/signatures. But they often become sculptural as well. They can be art alone with no language or filled with words and ideas but from my perspective, they always meld form and function into something that speaks beyond one or the other. I love the opportunity to be an engineer of forms to explore complex ideas. My most successful book, What She Said, involves the psychological concept of triangulation where an individual tells a third party a problem rather than dealing directly with the person involved, in full knowledge that the third party will repeat the story to the individual maligned. It's not a fun process, but it's one I know all too well. Please explore my book arts. Let me know what speaks to you.