For as long as I can remember, I have always found success expressing myself through images.  Art for me is a way to explore the world and experiment with different ideas.  I view the process of making art to be therapeutic and essential to my mental health.  Often times, I find more value and satisfaction in the journey a piece takes then in the finished product.   

While I am stimulated by many types of things, I consider myself a printer first and foremost.  While studying at St. Lawrence University in 2006, I fell in love with the printed image and have been working within that medium ever since.  I have continued to play with inks, papers and presses while trying to remain true to what inspires me daily.  Combining printmaking with the subjects that inspire me (pop culture, music, Cuttyhunk Island...and yes, Star Wars) has blossomed into an eclectic portfolio of work in recent years.    

Since graduating college, I have had the good fortune to teach art at a small school in central Massachusetts where I have brought my passion into the classroom.  Working with young people has enabled me to stay active in my art making while at the same time continue to remind myself the importance and need for visual art.

If you have any questions or inquiries about my work please feel free to send me an email at