I am a multi-disciplinary artist utilizing photography and interactive methods.
My goal in all my photography is to provide opportunities for people to see the world differently and explore the boundaries of visibility.
My curiosity is always about that which can’t be seen—breath, the electrical pulses that run through our bodies, disease, even feelings of love and loss—and how to manifest these interior phenomena into imagery that not only resonates with the viewer but lingers long after with its beauty, complexity and mystery.
I consider the relationship between the unseen rhythms of the human body and our connection to the natural world in flux. At a time when we are so divided in this country, in this age of polarity and punishment, with partisan politics and strangled language, my interest is in what connects us but is not always apparent – the raw humanity within us. My hope is to inspire people to see that connectivity.
Beyond the boundaries of visibility are elemental truths that bind us as human beings.
I facilitate art + science programming for arts, humanities and medical institutions. In 2023, Injection Site: Making the Vaccine Visible was the subject of a public talk for Claremont McKenna College’s Athenaeum organized by Amy Kind, director of the Gould Center for Humanistic Studies. I facilitated an Art + Science Student Workshop and was a keynote speaker with emphasis on my overall artistic approach in bridging Art + Science.
In 2023 I worked with UNR School of Art students in Reno, Nevada. Ongoing programming includes activities with the Integrative Medicine Program at the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV, Las Vegas, Nevada. Past Integrative Medicine programming includes Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida and Nevada State College in Henderson, Nevada.
Since 2015 I have been a writer and editor for Lenscratch (.com) Magazine. I established the Art + Science column to promote the rich interconnectivity of the arts & sciences.