Born in Tacoma, Washington in 1969; earned a bachelor's degree from the school of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a master's in painting and printmaking at Yale University. He's been published in numerous publications, and exhibited in LA, San Francisco, Denver, and NYC. His 'cross sections' are inspired by cubism, minimalism, and scientific textbook illustrations. These works are environmentally aware; touching upon issues relevant now more than ever and address the consequences of a climate change. They work to simplify certain forms into basic geometry, and revealing hidden layers through dissection, both literally and metaphorically.
Clients: The Stranger, Pleiades, New York Magazine, Beyond Green, Design 2006.