After receiving a MFA from Alfred University in 2008, I have taught at the university level and lived abroad.
My work has been exhibited across the U.S. and Internationally, including China and Spain.
The approach to creative expression that I employ is one that relies on art's ability to challenge how people view the world and their own interaction with it.
Addressing various facets of the human condition, the work is steeped in research and material usage is expansive and ever growing.
Recent work has focused on directly reacting to societal issues using a range of methodologies including sculpture, installation and video.
Objects, actions and time-based formulas can possess a potency that language falls short of, in transferring similar types information.
Visceral responses to navigating through everyday life has directed my artistic approach that aims at tapping into a subtle inference of responses to questionable criteria of humankind.