The Whisper
Triptych 1 of 3
Acrylic, latex on canvas
12x20’’
MMXXII

Birthday Tears
Triptych 2 of 3
Acrylic, latex on canvas
16x20’’
MMXXII

Thanks Obama

Triptych 3 of 3
Acrylic, latex on canvas
16x20’’
MMXXII






Reform Everything (Earth Death 8.1) 
60 x 48’’

Acrylic, matte medium on paper, kozo, canvas

MMXXI


Reform Everything (Earth Death 8.2) 
16.5 x 35.5’’

Acrylic, matte medium on paper, kozo, canvas

MMXXI


Reform Everything (Earth Death 8.3-.6) (prints)
11x17’’
Screenprint on paper
MMXXI
    Black [edition of 20]
    Green [edition of 30]
    Red [edition of 25]
    Yellow [edition of 35]





Bad Pillar
I 55 x 28 x 16’’
II 41 x 16 x 16’’
III 52 x 18 x 17’’
IV 45 x 24 x 16’’
MDF, pine, studio rags, drop cloth, primer, enamel, ash, stir stick, lathe, ratchet straps, found objects
MMXXI






Solar Flare
48 x 24’’
Acrylic, enamel on canvas
MMXXI






Painting for a Broken Economy
32 x 46’’
Acrylic, enamel on canvas
MMXXI






COVID Sunrise
34 x 26’’
Acrylic, enamel on canvas
MMXXI





Playtime at The Mill 1

16 x 22 x 12’’
Found objects, wire, sponge, aerosol, acrylic
MMXXI

Playtime at The Mill 2
20 x 40 x 24’’
Found objects, wire, sponge, aerosol, acrylic
MMXXI

Playtime at The Mill 3
12 x 20 x 12’’
Found objects, wire, sponge, aerosol, acrylic
MMXXI





Gaia’s Tears (1 of 4)
37 x 25.5’’
Acrylic, latex, aerosol, ash, resin, heat gun on found steel panel
MMXXI


Gaia’s Tears (2 of 4)
37 x 25.5’’ 
Acrylic, latex, aerosol, ash, resin, heat gun on found steel panel
MMXXI






Rosetta
45.5 x 45.5’’
Primer, latex, aerosol on panel
MMXXI

January Ladder
45 x 25’’ 
Primer, latex, aerosol, vinyl siding, found objects on panel
MMXXI

Beat Cop
45.5 x 45.5’’
Primer, latex, aerosol on panel
MMXXI


collaborative works with Bowen Schmitt





Studio Metadata 1.1

36 x 24’’
Acrylic, latex, oil, enamel, aerosol, on canvas
MMXVIII-MMXXII


Studio Metadata 1.2

24 x 36’’
Acrylic, latex, oil, enamel, aerosol, on canvas
MMXVIII-MMXXII





Death Cult
32 x 26 x 3.5’’
Acrylic, latex, enamel, airbrush, found objects on panel
MMXXI

‘Bookscanner

31 x 31 x 5.5’’
Acrylic, latex, enamel, ash, found objects on panel
MMXXI







Beware
11x17’’
screenprint on cardstock
MMXXI
Edition of 50


Jail
8x10’’
screenprint, airbrush on archival rag paper
MMXXI
Edition of 50






Aesthetic Conspiracy
55.5 x 39.5’’
acrylic, latex, airbrush on drop cloth
MMXX






View Through a Distorted Lens
18 x 60’’
Acrylic, enamel, latex, oil on drop cloth
MMXX





Missed Targets
31 x 24’’
Acrylic, aerosol, airbrush, ash, found objectson canvas, board, mirror
MMXX

private collection






Labor With a Smile
35 x 26 x 6‘’
Aerosol, primer, latex, caulk, oil, vinyl siding, found object, fluorescent light, invasive vine, ceramic, found objects on rag, linen, panel
MMXX


private collection




You Will Stand
24 x 24’’
Acrylic, latex, oil, found objects on board

MMXX





EARTH DEATH 5
38 x 38 x 5.5’’
Acrylic, latex, enamel, pine, found objects, ash on acrylic, panel
MMXX


EARTH DEATH 6
38 x 38 x 5.5’’
Acrylic, latex, enamel, pine, found objects, ash on acrylic, panel
MMXX


EARTH DEATH 7
38 x 38’ x 5.5’’
Acrylic, latex, enamel, pine, found objects, ash on acrylic, panel
MMXX





Ode to My ‘96 T100
32 x 24 x 5.5’’
Found objects, POR-15 on panel
MMXX


private collection





Flat Tire
28 x 28’’
Found objects, rust, acrylic, enamel, airbrush, on shop rag, canvas, panel 
MMXX

Finish Line
28 x 28’’
Found objects, rust, acrylic, enamel, airbrush, on shop rag, canvas, panel
MMXX





Category 5
20x20’’
acrylic, airbrush, ash, enamel on found object
MMXX

Work Week
40x16’’
acrylic, airbrush, ash, enamel on found object
MMXX

private collection

Surrender
28x28’’
acrylic, airbrush, ash, enamel on found object
MMXX


private collection






Want It? Buy It! ... Forget About It
64x40’’
Acrylic on paper, canvas
MMXX





Earth Death 4.1, 4.2
11x14‘’
screenprint on archival paper
MMXIX

edition of 10, 10





Earth Death 1, 2, 3
43.5 x 43.5 x 5.5”
PETE plastic, HDPE plastic, PVC plastic, PP plastic, PS plastic, hot glue, wood glue, acrylic glue, acrylic ink, acrylic paint, latex paint, cotton rag paper, cotton canvas, cotton cloth, POR-15, aerosol, clear acetate, polyester, photographic emulsion, pine, oak, polyurethane, aluminum, steel

MMXIX


Crackpots, energy oligarchs, and corporate lobbyists far and wide publically rejected the notion of global warming the moment they witnessed winter’s first snowflake, leading the scientifically minded to rebrand what we are now witnessing on a global scale as climate change. These mixed media combines are a proposal for yet another rebrand, reflecting the severity of our contemporary dilemma. How would we reassess and self correct our ecologically vicious consumption behavior if the moniker of EARTH DEATH was adopted?

On display December 2019 at The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and Media in What Have We Done, curated by Tina Dillman


private collection






Neverending Monday
49x64’’
Acrylic, enamel, latex, found objects on canvas
MMXIX


private collection





16 Failures
52x56’’
acrylic, graphite, ash (16 destroyed paintings), found objects on canvas
MMXIX






The Digital Dark Ages
52x58’’
screenprint on rag paper, canvas
MMXIX









Media Dystopia
17x11’’
9-color screenprint
MMXIX
Edition of 12

Shameless Self Promotion
17x11’’
6-color screenprint
MMXIX
Edition of 12

Recursion

11x17’’
2-color screenprint
MMXIX
Edition of 12

Who’s Ox Is Being Gored?
11x17’’
2-color screenprint
MMXIX
Edition of 12

If You Don’t Have A Seat At The Table, You’re Probably On The Menu
11x17’’
2-color screenprint
MMXIX
Edition of 12

Break Your Gun Or Use It?
11x17’’
2-color screenprint
MMXIX
Edition of 12






Rise Of The Charlatan
72x49’’
Acrylic, latex, airbrush on canvas
MMXVII






Delusion Of Grandeur
48x48’’
Acrylic, airbrush on canvas
MMXVII


private collection






New American Gothic
35x23’’
Acrylic, airbrush on canvas
MMXVII


private collection







CLEARANCE
Documentary photography
MMXI-MMXVII
select images

 28-page zine (1-4)
5.5 x 3.25''
BW laser print interior
Screenprinted printed CMYK Covers

1st edition of 50 disseminated to local artists and community leaders
2nd Edition of 100 available on request


This photo essay is an ongoing investigation of the business quarter of East Liberty and the surrounding neighborhoods making up Pittsburgh’s East End, an area that has gone through several dramatic cultural and economic shifts throughout its 200-year history. My objective is to offer an alternative narrative to the story of East Liberty's recently acclaimed economic and cultural upheaval over the course of the 2010’s. My intention is that these photographs serve as a historical document, perpetuating an ongoing conversation in our community regarding social and economic issues impacting the area, namely inequitable urban planning, gentrification, classism, institutional racism, geographic segregation, consumerism, and corporate capitalism. My hope is that these images will provide evidence of these ailments, and will help to prompt more conscious and inclusive urban redevelopment moving forward. From an aesthetic standpoint, I employ several presentation and compositional formats. Namely, these include formal before-and after diptychs, image pairing, historical tableau-inspired scenes, formal portraiture, documentation of inanimate objects, and serial imagery. In doing so, the reveal includes stark contrast between pre and post development, depictions of community members in relationship to the built environment, visual metaphors, and imagined narratives.








Blue Millennials
5 x 7'', 5 x  5'', 5x 10''
Screenprints on archival paper
MMXV


    This is an attempt to create a series of analog visual maps of my online social network. I used a data pool of 26 millennials—25 close friends and myself—and investigated our digital connectivity to one another through basic data mining of available friend lists and following lists on image-dominant social network platforms. These subjects were then further analysed in smaller social circles of 1 to 5 individuals. This project has three essential visual components, a portrait, a network map, and a metadata grid. The intention of this project was to reflect on the greater millennial experience, investigating themes of social connectivity, smart phone use, isolation, and data collection in the new digital age.





Growing Pains
Digital photographs
MMXV





Society Digitized
8 x 10''
photo-lithographs on archival paper
MMXIV


17x21'' matted and hand-framed in birch plywood

Supplemental 4x6'', 5x7'', 6x6'', and 7x7'' proofs available

These images depict the recent infiltration of technological infrastructure across Pittsburgh's landscape. These antenna systems, known as base stations or cell sites, include both receivers and transmitters, blanketing the area with a wireless telecommunication grid. To me, these images are of Orwellian obelisks, information gatekeepers, vessels of immense power and knowledge in the 21st century.





Indigo Children
Digital photographs
MMXIII