Artmaking has been an important part of my identity since an early age. After studying music and engineering in college, I came to New York to work in music recording. Drawn to environmental activism, I then spent many years studying the philosophical foundations of ecological thought and education. Following these studies, I've been active in the visual arts for over 20 years, focusing primarily on painting and printmaking. Drawing inspiration from the natural world, my work involves psychosocial and spiritual connections with landscapes and organic forms. This art explores relationships between the self and its environment.