A painting assignment where I was given a magazine image and told to paint a photo-realistic replica, 3-times the scale of the original image. (Oil on canvas)
I tranformed a neon pink rubber fabric remnant into a fun clam-shell clutch with a plastic forsythe accent.
I painted this humorous self-portrait as part of a triptych for my undergraduate senior thesis. (Oil on canvas)
I started the tradition of taking yearly themed family photos. This photoshoot was a safari theme. The local park's prarie provided the perfect setting.
Meet the Thinker, ala snow. In the winter, I like to make life-sized sculputres. It takes me about 4 hours per sculpture.
A digital portrait of a client's dog using Photoshop. I had it printed with a glossy finish and mounted on foam core.