"I would love to live like a river flows, carried by the surprise of its own unfolding." - John O' Donohue
Where did you grow up? I grew up in Brookline MA, right on the boarder of Boston.
Tell us about your family. My Mother, Father and Brother are all practicing artists, I come from a very diversely artistic family.
Share something about yourself that might surprise people. My art work has been shown internationally and is part of various permanent collections like the Portland Art Museum. Most recently my Solo Exhibition in N.Y.C. at Sasha Wolf Gallery was reviewed and received greatly by the Wall Street Journey and the New Yorker magazine.
Briefly describe your work experience. After graduating from college I lived in New York City and worked in various fashion and still life photo studios. My personal art work led me west to the mountains. Most recently I have worked for the Department of the Interior in Glacier National Park as a Lead Forester. My duties had a large scope, one in which was educating and working with a wide range of diverse youth groups in Glacier.
If you could spend a week anywhere in the world, where would it be?I spent a winter living in Rome Italy a few years back and I often day dream about returning for a week to walk the streets and eat great food.
What do you enjoy doing when you are not working? I spend a lot of time pursuing creative endeavors often with a camera in hand and when I am not studying art or making it I can be found hiking or biking in the mountains.
What draws you most to this type of work? I enjoy sharing my passions and working with others towards a positive direction.