As an artist and scientist, I purposely use both sides of my brain.

I love reading about diverse topics from psychology, philosphy and spirituality to architecture, economics and technology.

The Corcoran Gallery of Art displayed my artwork in a show at the museum.

My Berkeley Madrone Grove lithograph won a Purchase Award from the Hawaii State Foundation for Culture and the Arts.

I hold degrees in Fine Art and Computer Science.

My formal education includes courses in Economics, Theater, Oceanography, Writing and Quantum Physics.

I own an antique, cast iron Fuchs and Lang lithographic press circa 1900.

Master Printer, Scip Barnhart, of Union Printmakers Atelier is among my mentors in my printmaking endeavors.

I've been involved in the architecture, design and writing of widely used software communication systems.

People and cultures of places I've called home influence my work: Amherst, Massachusetts; San Diego, Silicon Valley and San Francisco California; and the Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C.

For more information please see my:

o Artist's Statement
o Artist's Resume

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