My artistic practice is grounded in biological field science. My curiosity leads me to interact with world around me in unexpected ways that always lead to new and exciting places. Processes that are investigative, tactile, and personal are the most meaningful to me.  I can never fully understand the infinite cosmos we live in. To feel connected to our universe’s natural forces is enough for me.

My most recent experiments explore tree and plant subjects through the lens of the five (5) human senses. To date the work includes:

My aesthetic grows from broad life experiences. These include working in conservation, education, animal training/handling, medicine manufacturing, curation, phlebotomy, tugboat cooking, nursing support, answering telephones, janitorial services, pizza delivery, cake decorating, cleaning houses, and mowing lawns. I’ve shared my life with horses, goats, ducks, chickens, cats, dogs, fish, and always plants. I currently reside with in Southeast MA with one important human & several equally significant furred or finned companions.