I don’t do sand sculptures in competitions and find the essence of creating when I spend a day at the beach. Sometimes I will do a sculpture in sand to work out/plan the creation in stone or clay back at the studio. But then most of the time it is for the pure enjoyment of creating, feeling the form evolve under my palms, hiding the foot and hand prints to finish, and then simply walking away from it. No price, no gallery decision, no ownership.