Note: Galleries rotate in terms of available viewing. Reasons can include adding new content, curating from an archive, or retiring older work.
A small collections of paintings made for others during the mid-pandemic tumult and panic.
Digital collages created in the early days of the pandemic amidst news that seemed to not provide any information.
An ongoing series of paintings which explore the parallels life and beauty and death and decay.
A meditative practice of using parallel lines to detach from anxiety in times of extreme stress.
A 12-page single-edition book of hand-painted black rectangles in an examination of the subtle differences in darkness.
Large-scale assemblies exploring the fundamental ideas of the invisible energy that bonds us all.
Unapologetic anticapitalist propaganda. We all have our politics.
Excerpts from a series of sketchbooks concentrating on the various factors in my life that had seemed to change my relationship with art.
Promotional posters designed to promote the monthly DIY art shows in Portland that my friends and I co-produced.
The idea of art as a threat, or what pictures on paper are dangerous versus which ones aren’t, can be a real head trip.
Film-based street photography from a decade of travelling around the United States.
Rotating select images from an extensive archive of international street photography.
Black and white has always been my preferred film for street photos; this is a gallery of color selects.
A rotating selection of daily images captured by a smartphone that range in content and location.
Portland, Oregon is the one city I’ve resided in long enough to consider a version of ‘home.’ These are black and white photos from its streets.
Punk shows were my introduction to photography as a practice—these are rotating selects from hundreds of shows photographed over a ten-year span.
Sick of the ‘perfection’ digital cameras were mainstreaming, I began to use the manual mechanics of film cameras against the idea of capturing such images.
An instant film-based series using the potential saturation of the format to create abstract color fields in each exposure.
A personal photo series exploring the strange, lonely spaces of empty public laundromats in San Francisco.
Digital stills from daily life while living in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco.
Eight books created and published over the course of one calendar year; links to all individual titles can be found on this page.
Every so often I release a summary of work under the Distorted Perspective masthead as an art book; this, the third, constitutes 2012-2019.
Intended as a zine in a project that became Gap Year Book Club, this debut issue remains.
An early experiment utilizng abstract photography and semi-legible poetry in a limited-run book about the weight of loss.
A meditation on the individual and the mind that comes with being one, this was as much a project about the format of the book as it was the content.