Today I received the final approval for an art commission for a Seattle Public Utilities space in the Seattle Municipal Tower. I'll be creating several pieces of work with a theme connecting public utilities and archaeology based on the premise that Seattle Public Utilities is in the side-business of creating archaeology.
I am an interdisciplinary artist creating content-driven and concept-driven artwork in a diverse selection of materials and themes with a very strong recent emphasis on nature and ecology. I was the Rubicon Foundation/Smoke Farm Artist in Residence for 2011-2012. I now live in Connecticut.