Splash page featuring splash art, new material & quick links to recently updated galleries.
Sometimes work in progress, sometimes serious essays; mostly improperly punctuated rants about the government.
For the year 2021, I am publishing a book each month; this page will keep an overview of the project and its concept.
A book created within the 24 hours of May 1, concentrating on emergencies and the growing industry of coping mechanisms.
Literally a book with no binding, comprised of loose pages and signatures cut from random paintings, sketchbooks and recent illustrations.
A work about transitions in a time without time—what is change when these multiples exist simultaneously? Plus, the first printing of the poem How do we hope now?
A 36-page reflection on the stress felt during the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic, plus my first short fiction in years.
Every so often I release a summary of work under the Distorted Perspective masthead as an art book; this, the third, constitutes 2012-2019.
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.
Digital collage poster series born at the outset of the pandemic, taking in an endless stream of non-information about subjects the media didn’t know about.
A text-and-typography project based in language and its graphical power in various applications.
A giant emotional mess of a project that basically has become a variety of ways to aesthetically destroy scenes of flower fields.
Large-scale assemblies exploring the fundamental ideas of the invisible energy that bonds us all.
A gallery of posters advertising DIY art shows at warehouse spaces in Portland; often designed the day before the show, and posted the morning of.
A collection of works that look to past ideas & ‘art school theory’ as inertia for experimenting with familiar mediums in new ways.
A 12-page single-edition book of hand-painted black rectangles in an examination of the subtle differences in darkness.
Connect-the-dots based self-portraiture based in the identity crisis of being online and associated by correlations.
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.
Over the years, I’ve found my personal place of zen rests in obsessively making parallel lines—this is a gallery of attempts to create a public-facing project from the personal experiences.
Film-based street photos from locations outside of the United States. This gallery rotates images from a growing collection bi-annually. Last updated in early 2021.
Film-based street photos from around the USA. Made in both settings of travel and everyday life, this is a rotating gallery of images. Updated February 2021.
Digital stills from daily life while living in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco.
A rotating selection of digital stills made from photographing punk shows around the United States for the better part of a decade. Updated July 2021.
As technology increasingly controls photography, this analogue series uses what digital defines as a ‘weakness’ to create the shifting aesthetic of the photos.
An instant film-based series using the potential saturation of the format to create abstract color fields in each exposure.