Although I was born in Colorado I have lived al over the United States. I received my BFA from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in 2014. Throughout my undergraduate years I was forced to bounce from one medium and genre to another and forced to think more conceptually. I now have experience in drawing, painting, sculpture, print making, digital art, graphic design, and more recently photography.
I find that with photography, I am able to combine elements of painting and three dimensional sculpture along with the use of light and shadow. I also get to involve other creative people in my projects and it’s easier to travel with a camera than it is with many other mediums. This provides me the opportunity to locally but also globally and to seek out problems and concerns in our world and turn our attention to it through the visuals of art.
This being said, much of my work involves deeper personal narratives that can sometimes be more difficult for a general audience to relate to.