Tools and materials came early. A view of the times, nature and place moved me then. Seeing, feeling, and expressing shape,color and space was it. Being in the vast West stirred me soon to image. It is the same way for me now.
I was born very far from, you know, where I'm supposed to be . . .
so I'm just on my way home.
— Bob Dylan
M.S., School of Architecture & Allied Arts, Cultural Services Administration
B.S., Art Education with Oregon Teaching Certificate, grades 7-12
Member in the William Park Studio Nada Zawodny and Sarkis Antikajian
Judge for Aloha High School AP art student portfolios for Tamara Ottum (one of two 2014 Oregon Art Teachers of the Year).
Administrative manager, communications director assistant at Reclaiming Futures, , a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Program Office at Portland State University
School of Extended Studies, Portland State University
Industrial Publishing and Adlib Advertising, Eugene, OR
Lane Regional Arts Council, funded by Oregon Arts Commission