I’m a multi-disciplinary artist who makes sculptures, models, collages, drawings, and installations using diverse materials, detailed craftsmanship and conceptual curiosity. I exhibit in Maine, throughout the US and in Europe and enjoy being an active member of my local community in Southern Maine as a citizen, a visiting artist and an entrepreneur.
I graduated with a degree in Sculpture from RISD in 1999 and have attended the Vermont Studio Center, been artist-in-residence at the University of Maine at Orono, and have enjoyed presenting at PechaKucha events and schools.
Through various projects and collaborations I’ve worked with book writers, publishers, members of the science fiction community, curators of galleries and museums, designers, debuted at high end craft shows such as CraftBoston, Philadelphia and Smithsonian, and featured through Neiman Marcus and Anthropologie.
Since 1999, I have also maintained INSECT LAB, an ongoing project using preserved insects customized with mechanical components to explore science-fiction, science-fact, education, literacy and storytelling. Originally from central Maine, I currently and happily reside and work in South Portland, and one day will adopt a rescue dog.