I bring the experience of an Architect, Biologist, Archaeologist and experienced Public Artist to each project I engage. My public artwork focuses heavily on revealing and accentuating the specific environmental and historic characteristics of place; often times serving as a means to connect individuals to a particular phenomenon of place, promoting a heightened awareness of the specific and unique. Through my work on various public art projects and my experience in multiple architectural offices over the past decade, I have cultivated a diverse database of working with municipalities, community members, researchers, scientists, public committees, builders, architects, engineers, fabricators and clients.
In addition, my experience mapping and documenting work for Harvard University and the Archaeological Exploration of Sardis, Turkey brings a unique perspective and discipline to the documentation and representation of my public works. My work draws parallels between ecological and human rhythmic cycles, focusing heavily on the interplay between community and place, encouraging a holistic understanding of the overall balance of life. I bring the necessary experience to successfully develop, fabricate and implement projects of varying scales, and participate heavily in all stages of construction and installation. I am devoted to encouraging the development and implementation of sustainable building practices, and often view new projects as opportunities to promote innovation and sustainable building practices. I looks deeply into the embodied energy and life-cycle costs of all the materials utilized in my work and strives to utilize materials that are both durable and inherently beautiful.