I focus attention on places that are often overlooked or inaccessible, capturing the remarkable variety of ways that wind and water shape the landscape. My work takes you on a journey through these spaces and illuminates the interacting forces affecting environments and ecosystems.

Some projects arise from my own investigations, some from interaction with field scientists. I exhibit my work in public and for-profit art galleries and academic institutions. Accompanying programs such as audio tours bring these topics to life for audiences of all ages.

Art & Science

Science informs my perception of the natural world. Past projects include residencies with programs funded by the National Science Foundation: field scientists in Antarctica and urban ecologists in Baltimore.

3D Scanning & Sculpture

I have developed a process of scanning large landscape forms and producing them as painted sculpture with 3D printers or CNC routers.

Commissions

Inquiries welcome for purchase or commission of sculptures, murals or photographic series for public or private settings.

Traveling exhibitions

Seeking venues for Walking in Antarctica, an art exhibition based on my 2015 National Science Foundation Antarctic Artists & Writers Program residency.

Current & Upcoming Projects

ON VIEW: 
Abstraction At Large: Antarctica photograph in this group exhibition juried by art critic Eleanor Heartney, Site: Brooklyn Gallery, 165 7th Street, Brooklyn. Reception: Weds. April 11, 6 to 9 p.m., on view through May 6. See gallery website.
Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport: Antarctica ice cave photograph, enlarged to 7 x 10 feet, on view in the D/E Concourse through midsummer 2018. More here.
WALKING IN ANTARCTICA:
Walking in Antarctica was recently exhibited in the Rosenberg Gallery at Goucher College, Baltimore. Request details to book this engaging exhibition, suitable for art museums, galleries, educational institutions and science centers.
Listen to an interview about the exhibition broadcast on Dec. 1st on WYPR, an NPR station in Baltimore and read an article on the travel web site Atlas Obscura.

Inquiries welcome:

exhibitions • purchasing or commissioning artwork • art-science collaboration • public speaking