Warmer: An Evolving Installation University of Akron, Honors College Gallery October 4 – 30, 2019 My work has involved the environment and climate change for several years, but I began to feel that in order to really address this pressing issue, I needed to see and experience climate change first hand. Thanks to a University […]

Flash Point

flash Point Birmingham Southern College, Durbin Gallery October 4 – 30, 2019 Disruptive forces can be found everywhere whether the scope of one’s search is global, societal, or personal. They are as present in the human-constructed environments, over which we believe we have control, as they are within the natural world. When a disruptive force […]


Prop Utah State University, Caine College of the Arts, Readymade Gallery, February 9 – 12, 2016 When presented with the insurmountable, how do we respond? Do we mend, right wrongs, fix? Do we rationalize, turn our backs, look away? Or, do we find ways of holding things in place and make the unacceptable seem reasonable […]


Accumulation Lost Coast Culture Machine, Fort Bragg, California Concept, October 4 – 29, 2013 Evidence, November 1 – December 1, 2013 My artwork addresses the current climate change. It is the result of accumulation. Accumulation of carbon and greenhouse gasses. Accumulation of passive disregard and concerted neglect. Accumulation of actions. Accumulation of inactions. Read More […]


Specter Akron Art Museum, August 1, 2015 – January 3, 2016 Our current climate change is the result of accumulation—accumulation of carbon and greenhouse gasses, of actions, of inactions, of passive disregard and concerted neglect. Within the narrative space of the gallery, I invoke notions of repetition, evolution and accumulation to address our cultural penchant […]