I DESIGN THINGS
I EAT COUNT CHOCULA FOR BREAKFAST
I WANT TO LIVE IN A ROOFTOP TENT
I design THINGS.
I work in Brand Creative at GoDaddy, but I’ve also sold shoes, printed t-shirts, sewn kites and designed signs.
For every 99 pictures I take, there’s bound to be one good one.
Retro-fitting an e-locker in the rear differential of your 4X4? Let me wire that for you.
Change your thoughts & you change your world.
My work explores the relationship between the tyranny of unwanted gifts and romance tourism.
With influences as diverse as Camus and Ikeda Manabu, new variations are crafted from both explicit and implicit meanings.
Ever since I was an adolescent I have been fascinated by the essential unreality of the moment. What starts out as contemplation soon becomes debased into a manifesto of futility, leaving only a sense of what could have been and the chance of a new beginning.
As wavering phenomena become distorted through frantic and diverse practice, the viewer is left with a tribute to the limits of our condition.
I’m not there yet, but becoming the female version of Jeff is in my sights.
Sully was to be my “dream dog” and as such was placed at the top of our goal list. She was named after Sullivan’s Island in South Carolina, an amazing harbor town we visited in 2008. She’s bossy and independent, yet loving and ever-present. As a member of our family, she travels, camps, canoes, hikes, goes off-roading and anywhere our next adventure takes us.
She’s our sweet girl.
Art is a deception that creates real emotions – a lie that creates a truth. And when you give yourself over to that deception, it becomes magic.