Nature is such a powerful and important thing; it's why we are here. All around the world and into the cosmos an incomprehensible amount of things are happening; lifecycles, weather, heartbeats, growth, decay and conversations with one another.... With rapidly advancing technologies and modern living amenities we are removed from these things and it is increasingly easier to be distracted or forget that these things exist. I am influenced by sacred geometry and natural mathematical patterns such as the Fibonacci sequence which arise vastly through nature. I think it’s transcendent, in a world that is so chaotic, nature proves itself to be so consistent. Frank Lloyd Wright said “study nature, love nature, stay close to nature, it will never fail you.” In Shinto there are Kami which are of nature and are considered exemplary of what humanity should strive towards. Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters said their work was the product of their; head heart and hands, which to me is purely organic. Through combining these ideas, my abstract perception and the use of natural materials, I intend to place emphasis on; the vastness and depth, rhythm and turbulence, contrast and beauty in the natural world because I think it's important. Ragged but Right is about doing things in a way that is best for the individual. Society generates ideals but I think that you can be irregular and correct in the same breath. As beautiful as Nature is, isn't it quite rough around the edges?