Artistic Portfolio

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Caged Cup, 2014, white clay, 6 inches tall

 I created this vessel as part of a series using a combination of throwing, building and carving to test the harmony of using all three techniques on a single form. 

Hollow Jar, 2014, white clay, 5 inches tall

As part of the same series as the two vessels above, I wanted to explore the intersectionality between form and function. This pot was a result of that exploration. 

Affirm Me, 2014, Oil on Canvas, 48x30in

This is one in a series of six paintings from my undergraduate thesis show. The series visually explores the conflicting states of the human mind. 

Bone Goblet, 2014, white clay, 5 inches tall

This cup was the first in the series of vessels exploring the different effects of carving and building onto a thrown form. 

Standing Wave, 2014, stoneware, 1.4 ft tall

This sculpture is part of a series I built with large slabs to test how inventively I could shape a heavy form while still allowing it to effortlessly balance on its own. 

Equilibrium, 2013, Oil on Canvas, 36x20in

An allegorical representation of anxiety and depression. 

Sustain Me, 2014, Oil on Canvas, 46x42in

Another in one in a series of six paintings from my undergraduate thesis show. The series visually explores the conflicting states of the human mind. 

The Human Muscular System, 2016, graphite

An anatomical studies of the human body.

Further Studies in Anatomy, 2015, graphite

More detailed studies on the arm, leg and torso of the human muscular system. 


"Solitude"

A couple years ago I became very interested in stop motion animation. In an effort to learn more about the process, I created this short video, designing the characters, sets, story and experimenting with different techniques in stop motion animation. The music is an original score I wrote two years prior.  


Hand Washing Posters, 2015, mixed media

Below are three iterations on a poster I was commissioned to make by a local NGO in Burkina Faso. The NGO, which works primarily with elementary school children of low literacy rates, wanted drawings showing proper hand-washing techniques.