My art work is a product of an interdisciplinary practice and almost always a result of irrepressible curiosity. Generally, I'm interested in collaborative story-telling in order to explore the peculiarities of being inside and outside of you and me. With a recent focus on [the function of play among] an elderly population, projects have been realized through participatory-performance, text, sound, and works on paper. Seniors are no joke, but they do play games.
I currently work for a visionary architect and AIA Gold Medal recipient, as well as his partner, a compassionate photographer in Cambridge/Somerville- all in the hopes of becoming a more compassionate visionary.
From my studio, I work most often on paper (drawing/painting/print). I received my MFA from Tufts/School of the Museum of Fine Arts (2013) and a BFA from Cornell University with a concentration in printmaking (2006).
Recent commissioned works include illustration, book design/layout, event installation and design elements, and original paintings and drawings. I continue to be grateful for opportunities to illustrate, teach, exhibit, collaborate, taste, play, and connect with other creatives and those in disparate fields.
Also, if you know of some superior late night ramen- for that, I'll roam far and wide.