I often find myself creating works in two polar categories. One being environmentally and politically driven collage work, where I strive to have viewers closely examine the piece and become engaged. The second category is centered on abstraction and color, where I use negative space, type, and modules to form works with a sense of unity. I am currently looking for a way to merge these two categories into a cohesive style. 

Growing up in rural New Hampshire, I was quickly drawn into the natural world. As a child I spent my days running free through my parents large, densely forested property with my three siblings. My passion for the environment was sparked at a young age, and has become more and more implemented into my artwork as I grow as an artist. Moving out west to pursuit a degree in studio art was an easy decision once I became aware of the outdoor activities the south west has to offer. When I’m not in the studio, I am outside gaining inspiration through fly fishing in the high country of the San Juan Mountains, riding my bike, and touring in the backcountry. 

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