My work is generated from layering images. Subjects are related to memory of landscapes and industrial vistas observed through driving as well as small objects I have found, collected, or grown. The garden is a large part of my practice. Many plants are grown from seeds or passed down through family members and friends. Subjects may be pristine, but are just as likely to be  overlooked, broken, decayed, spent. My work explores how climate change and atmospheric conditions like weather and light affect the landscape, both large and small, and illuminate the process of growth and entropy within the natural world. From large abstract paintings to nature studies and mixed media constructions I employ a conversation between abstraction and figuration to examine the small and often overlooked parts of the world in a constant state of transformation.

I am an artist, gardener, and designer who lives in New Jersey. My work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions, and is included in the permanent collections of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Wills Eye Hospital, AECom, and Korn Ferry International in Philadelphia, and Artists Representing Environmental Art in New York. I am represented by Bluestone Fine Art Gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Hardcastle Gallery in Wilmington, Delaware.

As a designer, I have created pieces for NFL Films, QVC, NBC Sports, Ercole NY, and was a featured Artist/Designer for ABC Carpet & Home. Along with being an Adjunct Professor at Camden County College, I head the Visual Art program at Westfield Friends School in Cinnaminson, New Jersey.