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I am a visual person, and so I will try to be brief with the words.
I asked for my first camera at the age of nine.
Purchased my first camera at the age of nineteen, and haven't been without one since.
Took drawing and painting courses at Eastern Michigan University, and the University of Michigan.
Served my graphic art apprenticeship at a number of in-house studios in Chicago, IL, and Ann Arbor, MI.
Worked as a designer in Ann Arbor, Miami, Boston, and the San Francisco Bay area.
Lived and traveled on a small sailboat for several years, photographing the ocean, sky, the foreign ports and people we visited: the Bahamas, Haiti; the Azores, Portugal, Morocco, and others. This was a wondrous experience of living in the vast openness of sea and sky.
I now live in Jackson, Michigan, where I continue to work as a graphic designer/photographer, and pursue my love of photography.
May–June, 2012, Scarab Club, Detroit, MI
September 2011, ArtPrize, Grand Rapids, MI
September 2010, ArtPrize, Grand Rapids, MI
September 2009, ArtPrize, Grand Rapids, MI
October 6, 2007, January 27, 2008: The New York Hall of Science, Queens, NY. Digital art 2007: Pattern-Finding, 9th Annual International Exhibition of Digital Prints. Organized by Art & Science Collaborations.
CO-JURORS: JD Talasek, Director of Exhibitions & Cultural Programs at The National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC; and Cynthia Pannucci, ASCI founder/director.
Images selected for this show: Dome of the Green Cathedral, Autumn Icon II, and Willow, Water and Sky. Visit the online exhibition beginning on Oct. 8, 2007 at: http://www.asci.org
For Immediate Release â€” September 13, 2007
9th Annual International
Exhibition of Digital Prints
New York Hall of Science
October 6, 2007 Â– January 27, 2008
Artist Reception: October 27, 3-5pm
Organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI)
Scientific data-sets join the classical muse of nature to create art!
"Pattern-finding is the purpose of the mind and the construct of the universe. There are an infinite number of patterns, some of which are known; those still unknown hold the key to unresolved enigmas and paradoxes." - pioneering conceptual and environmental artist, Agnes Denes, 1967 (1)
Art & Science Collaborations is pleased to announce the opening of its annual digital print exhibition to be held at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York. An international jurored competition, this year's theme, "Pattern...