Fractal Arch, Erebus Ice Tongue Cave, Antarctica (2015), archival pigment print, 26.75 x 40 inches Photograph from Antarctica project A Walk Over the Canada Glacier, Walking in Antarctica exhibition installation at Goucher College "Walking in Antarctica" traveling exhibition:
photos, sculpture, and audio tour available for rental
Trawick Prize Finalist Exhibition, 2017 2017 Trawick Prize Finalists Exhibition
Bethesda, MD
Canada Glacier from Lake Fryxell, Antarctica (2016-17), acrylic, oil and wax on high density urethane, 15.5 x 60 x 17.5 inches Glacier sculpture from Antarctica project BWI Art Exhibition, August 3, 2017 Antarctica photo, 7 x 10 feet
at Baltimore-Washington International Airport in 2018
Scallopped Sand, Lake Hoare, Antarctica Antarctica photograph exhibited at
Site: Brooklyn Gallery, Spring 2018

Exploring the Natural World in 2D & 3D

As an artist, 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 photographs and photo-based sculptures take you on a journey through these spaces and illuminate 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.

Walking in Antarctica is now available for booking as a traveling exhibition through ExhibitsUSA at the Mid-America Arts Alliance:
Website | Tel. 816-800-0925 | Email: moreart@maaa.org
Downloads: ExhibitsUSA Walking in Antarctica Fact Sheet | 20-page proposal PDF

 

Art & Science

Science informs my perception of the natural world. Past projects include residencies with programs funded by the National Science Foundation: Walking in Antarctica and The Baltimore Ecosystem Study.

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.