Whether through a lens, with a brush, in digital software, or all three, my artistic vision seeks to convey meaningful narratives that can teach us all something about ourselves and others. While being called to make work that serves the purpose of instructing about the Word of the Lord, I also hope that everyone can take something away from these pieces; whether that be a laugh at the works' lighter moments, or solemn self-reflection at their heavier ones.
My goal is to continue pursuing the study of Art History at the graduate level, in order to attain a professorship in the future.
Bachelors of Arts degree from Kenyon College with Majors in Art History and Studio Art, and a minor in Chemistry
Awards & Nominations:
Recipient of the Robert H. Hallstein Memorial Award in Art, Kenyon College