Art school dropout (1987). Chronic dreamer. Sincere in all efforts but nobody’s perfect.

I love making things. Without art I am misery embodied. Absolutely inconsistent but that’s the cost of my exploration.

Art making is my personal Jeckyll and Hyde. I think the phrase, “professional artist”, is an oxymoron. I am a realist, but not a traditionalist; trends are there to be bucked, and I despise fads. I like to speak my mind and be as honest as I can with my art. I am a part time artist and a full time woodworker, because for me one just doesn’t work without the other.

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