About

When I was a child, home was a trailer at the end of a dirt road amongst the pines trees of southern Washington. Later, I studied architecture and fine arts surrounded by the wheat fields of the Palouse at Washington State University. Now, living in Seattle,  you can likely find me in small group settings with the moon and stars overhead, discussing inevitable misunderstandings, and searching for the stillness of wind drifting over fields and forests.  

My work is often visually striking, rich with ambiguity, and is the result of intuitively curating the adjacencies of visual concepts. Working in a great diversity of mediums I focus on unique and thoughtful projects. As a co-founder of the Seattle Demo Project and active member of SOIL, an artist-run gallery, my work has received regional design awards, earned inclusion on competitive artists rosters and has been funded by public and private commissions. 

In addition to my fine arts practice I work as a project architect with the MillerHull Partnership and serve as AIA Seattle's Northwest Residential Press Committee Chair.