Science of Art Wrap Up

This past Friday, I had the privilege of spending the evening with science loving people who came to the WonderLab Museum for the First Fridays: Science of Art event.  When asked to participate, I was given the option to pick the theme as well as the activities I wanted to offer. It took no time […]

First Fridays Science of Art

I am excited to announce my participation in the First Fridays Science of Art at the  Wonderlab! On September 2, I will be sharing my enthusiasm for deep sea life and artist books! The ocean is a mysterious and alluring place where, in the vast deep waters, light gives way to darkness. Down here scientists […]

Box Models

In an effort to go beyond the printed tutorial or weekend workshop, I’ve created these box models as a teaching tool to assist in the construction of high quality presentation enclosures. These boxes could be used for training at an institution, as a visual aid for an instructor, or to guide a student learning on […]

Don’t Take Your Guns to Town

Catalyzed by a familiar starting point, this book project was begun as a planned assignment between myself and Kristin of Space Paste Press. After the success of our 2011 Intellectual Collaboration projects that took one month from conception to completion, we wanted to try the same idea with a longer time frame. The goal was […]

Happy Valentines Day

I’ve just finished a small edition of tunnel books and it seems appropriate to post the images today. The tunnel books feature a linoleum cut of the Taj Mahal, an international symbol of love. I am one of the lucky people to cast my eyes on this monument in person. To get there is a […]