“Life is an interesting practice.”
The dubiety of life’s questions and how humans interpret these questions as a product of their own genetics and experiences is a theme that is pervasive throughout my art. What I find most interesting is who we are as humans in different contexts and how our decisions are influenced by our environment and past experiences.

April 13, 2019
We're happy to announce that Let's Roll is now installed!
February 13, 2019
Today Let's Roll is being installed at Capstan Rd. in Richmond!
July 27, 2018
Installation is complete and the piece now sits beautifully in the…
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"I grew up around a table. Truly. It was a large, round oak table. It was in the kitchen. There was a living room, bedrooms, a bathroom in the house, but for the most part and perhaps even overwhelmingly, we gathered, ate, lived, spoke, engaged, arrived and became present to ourselves and to each other at that table."

Was this the genesis of my art, I wonder?
Inside the width of a shotgun shell - 13/16ths of an inch - lies the capacity to terminate a life. This installation reflects the element of destruction and killing that pervades humanity’s existence.
My work is experiential; where a viewer/participant is essential. Without the presence of the body within the installation, the work is incomplete.

Recent Works

2019
sculpture, public-art, three-dimensional
2019
installation, sculpture, three-dimensional, two-dimensional
2018
sculpture, public-art, three-dimensional
2017
sculpture, public-art, three-dimensional
2017
sculpture, public-art, three-dimensional
2014
installation, three-dimensional
2014
sculpture, public-art, three-dimensional
2014
sculpture, public-art, three-dimensional
2013
installation, three-dimensional
2011
two-dimensional
2010
public-art, three-dimensional
2010
sculpture, three-dimensional