Glassblowing relies on breath, the movement of the body and the intended design. Through its design and execution, these pieces revolve around the idea of the breath and the bubble. As a metalsmith you are encouraged to think outside of the box, as a glassblower you are encouraged to think outside of the bubble, I have produced the bubble within the box. This series of work revolve around this ideology, the bubble within the box, the box and bubble being literal objects. Using metal as a structural object and glass as a support for light, the work illuminates, featuring aspect of both crafts. The pieces pulsate light, slowly moving from brighter to dimmer to completely dark. The light simulates the breath used to blow the pieces, forming a relationship between the action of making and the action of viewing.