• Remains

    A long-term, site-responsive installation about the lasting effects of human consumption using upcycled and repurposed materials.

  • History is Left Beneath, Not Behind
  • Domestic Dependence
  • Gargantua

    An installation composed entirely from re-purposed packing materials sent with gifts for our 9 month old son.

  • White Bread

    This is an on-going series of multi-media musings on kin using a baking metaphor. The suite incorporates the entire family of printmaking processes--relief, intaglio, lithograph, and screenprint--in order to illustrate the complexity of familial bonds.

  • Adrift
  • Professional Dossier

    I have years of experience teaching art at a variety of institutions; from an elite academic university, to Art Appreciation at a growing urban community college, to print, foundations, and drawing at state universities. I have also been invited to give workshops at schools and non-profit art concerns across the country in order to promote university programs and to provide art experiences to the community at large. This includes "The Quilted Print", the first fabric-based course offered at Frogman's Print Workshops, the largest print-centric workshop in America.