Trained in architecture, my interest in sculpture, visual art and technology has developed based on my experiences. In Los Angeles, I studied the relationship of billboards, roadways, and architectural form as a culture of congestion that influences design and urban form. Teaching in Alaska I had a palate cleanser replacing style with utility. In Santa Fe engaging in architectural preservation and adaptive reuse, I have contributed to a historic structures report for the O'keefe house, window project for the original Workers Progress Administration building from the New Deal Era. At Meow Wolf, I have been collaboratively engaging in the design of the architectural space at a large scale, some of our habitable sculptures at a super furniture scale and detailing for production using CAD/CAM techniques.
Digital Design, Laser Cutter
Worked on the architectural schematic design and early Omega Mart facade configuration.