Me in the studio with my painting, "Remembering the Nine." (Valued at $2800. Mixed media on unstretched canvas.)

Me in the studio with my painting, "Remembering the Nine." (Valued at $2800. Mixed media on unstretched canvas.)

 

my collectors are not ordinary people...

"Courage is feeling the fear and doing it anyway."
--Me, Oprah, Mark Twain and a bunch of other people

As I reflect on the people who have invested in my work: one thing comes through: they are adventurous and passionate people--total badasses! Smart, playful, and often a little nerdy, they are making a difference in their community every day.

Investing in art is brave. There are so many choices these days—how do you take that first step and say yes to art? I’ve gone down this path myself. I learned the work does something to my mind—and if it’s really good—to my central nervous system. It makes me feel alive.

My paintings have exhibited in solo and group shows in Seattle, Washington D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina. My works are held in private collections in Seattle, New York, London, Washington D.C., California, and beyond.

My life's work is creative production--whether at the canvas or in my work in communications. I am a professional writer who makes the complex simple.

Born in London, England, my parents and I emigrated to the States when I was two. I hold an MFA in Visual Arts at the Vermont College of Fine Arts, an MA from The George Washington University, and a BA from Davidson College.