My studio practice is materials and process driven and the works I create reflect my background in industrial design. I gravitate toward clean, simple and abstract compositions and am interested in the play between designed and organic elements.
What’s most important to me is creating a process which becomes a metaphor for a specific experience or emotion. The resulting pieces become an artifact of that process. It’s my hope that my work may serve as a touchstone for a quiet moment of meditation or gratitude. In thinking about what inspired me to create the works, it invites you to do the same for your own life.
Rhode Island School of Design - Industrial Design
Georgetown University - Marketing and Fine Arts