“The reduction in scale which the miniature presents skews the time and space relations of the everyday lifeworld, and as an object consumed, the miniature finds its ‘use value’ transformed into the infinite time of reverie.”

-Susan Stewart, “On Longing...”





This series was rooted in the desire to bring myself and others temporary joy.



Loophole, 2020
Aluminum, sterling silver, luminescent film, resin
16.25” x 9.5” x .5”


To occupy my hands is to occupy my mind.
Getting lost in a miniature world of my own creation is the ultimate distraction.



Making Short Surge






Short Surge, 2020 Aluminum,  silver, luminescent film, resin, cord 14” x 8” x .5”









Much of my artistic process is based around finding material combinations and configurations that spark joy.




Cascade in progress





Cascade (detail), 2020
Aluminum, luminescent film, steel cable, sterling silver, resin, nylon strap
18” x 10” x 2”






Cascade, 2020
Aluminum, luminescent film, steel cable, sterling silver, resin, nylon strap
18” x 10” x 2”






I find certain elements of my practice extremely satisfying and meditative, such as pouring resin, peeling tape, and trimming films.





Often my favorite part of the process is assembling the final piece.

















Putting together Kid Pool, a simlar piece to Wavepool, only smaller.

During moments of extreme uncertainty, it is a tiny world only I can control.


Wavepool, 2020
Aluminum, luminescent film, resin, brass, paint, cord
Pendant: 4.5” x 9” x 2”



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