A horrible creature is about to eat the city, and of course, this creature was created because of something humans did.

Sitting in front of a small TV growing up, often drawing in a sketchbook, I loved to watch sci-fi. I thrilled at the dinosaurs of 1925s Lost World and the monsters in Godzilla. The allegory, man’s ambitions gone awry, creatures and far-off planetary landscapes caught my imagination. Cause and effect narrative and the aesthetics of the classic sci-fi genera has naturally found a place in my art. In the way that sci-fi examines and re-examines the constructs of our society and our lives, I create my artwork.

My work ranges from Realism to Abstraction that is expressionistic and I enjoy exploring ways to bring different media and mediums together.

Including but not limited to, Digital and Virtual • Sculpture in Steel, Wood, Plaster, and Clay • Woodblock Relief Printing • Painting with Gouache and Acrylic • Graphite • Video & Audio

Upcoming Bangor area art events that I have found.

  1. No Plan B: an immersive multi-media tent event

    August 24 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm