a bit about me
I carry a sketchbook with me everywhere. I’d rather dance than just about anything. I lean left. And closest I can tell, I’m a Humanist. Or maybe Buddhist… or maybe…
Justice and mercy weigh equally in my heart – a delicate, unquiet balance that keeps me on my toes.
My mother taught me to sew when I was 4. My dad taught me to use power tools when I was 6.
an interdisciplinary life
I am intrigued by process. Process is the journey; the work created, the destination. Both are valuable, but western culture tends to focus on the product… I believe in examining the process as well.
Everything is possible; anything can be anything when inspiration strikes.
I make stuff. A lot of stuff.
Always have. Probably always will.
Most often, the art I sell is work created especially for a client. Commissions, pieces created as a collaboration between us, something that takes shape in our minds during a number of conversations, eventually making its way out into the physical world.