I've focused my scholarly work to investigate the effect of Imperialism on societies and their imminent downfall following the imperialist state. Check out my YouTube page to view the documentary projects and time lapse photography.
My first love. There is something about the functional aspect of pottery I adore. The feel of the clay, the sheen of the glaze and the texture of finish as you dine from the vessel, all appeal to me on a deep level. This is personal work. Made to entertain, and to use daily in the home.
I've installed nine Moai-inspired statues at Wildwood Park in Harrisburg,PA. The work is part of an effort by nine artists called, Art In The Wild. The exhibit is viewable along the sides of the walking trail. Art In The Wild runs from April -November of 2013. Check it out!
These monumental photographs bring into clear focus the forest giants and the age-old waters. New now, in the forests and along the streams, a presence that may give pause. Symbolized by the looming drill, the macadam laid over woodland trails, the water’s uncommon ingredients, the rolling trucks, the sounding horns, invaders in the wild.
I am an artist from Boiling Springs, PA. I’m most interested in Photography, Documentary Film, Pottery, and Sculpture. I teach at Cumberland Valley High School in Mechanicsburg, PA. I also teach night courses in the Humanities for Harrisburg Area Community College.