Older Work

Wood Sculptures

These wall sculptures were inspired by a frame for a lenticular drawing I made for my children's school. I really enjoyed the formal qualities of the repeating pattern of the angular wood and decided to explore it more.

Plates

While working on a series of prints from my 3d models of hands I discovered that I liked the inked plate as much as the potential print.

This Might Take A While

This Might Take A While is a web site (http://www.thismighttakeawhile.com) which slows down the process of writing to one word a day as well as a series of prints made from words from the site

Alternative Domestic

The Alternative Domestic series consists of installations which occupy different rooms and spaces within the domestic sphere. Each work examines the psychological and emotional undercurrents its space.

SkyMall

The SkyMall series began during a period when the only time I had to make are was when I was on an airplane flying for business. I decided that if that was the time I had available, then I must use the materials available. The SkyMall Catalog, as it turns out, is rich with art historical and conceptual art references. The "paintings" are objects bought from the SkyMall Catalog and then photographed and printed by Canvas On Demand, a SkyMall advertiser which offers "artificial brush strokes" to their prints for an additional fee.

Hand Drawings

These drawings were made using the corresponding slices of acrylic from the sculptures.

Ink on Mylar drawings

Using stencils made on a laser cutter I explore my early training in architecture.

Net Art

I began making art integrating the internet in 1996, and was included in a show at the List Visual Arts Center on the topic later that year. Some works use the Internet as a medium of display, and are what I call "Browser Art" as they use the browser as the frame. Other works use the connectivity of the Internet and the interactions between people as a basis for exploration.