Jun 11 2014

Always forgetting to take installation shots! Here’s one from Cairo’s feed of my Golden Light embroideries. It was a pleasure to see these pieces in new light.

Always forgetting to take installation shots! Here’s one from Cairo’s feed of my Golden Light embroideries. It was a pleasure to see these pieces in new light.

Jun 06 2014

Final weekend to catch my show ‘Affections’ with Ursula Rose at Cairo, Seattle. What are you doing this weekend?

Final weekend to catch my show ‘Affections’ with Ursula Rose at Cairo, Seattle. What are you doing this weekend?

May 30 2014

New series of polaroids and video tonight at TMRW PARTY

New series of polaroids and video tonight at TMRW PARTY

May 29 2014

Getting some new pieces ready to exhibit, I reused some frames from a series I made in 2009. Titled ‘Wanted’, I shot a series of near identical Polaroids, each with hidden text underneath of a want. I made this series in a time of transition, a time of loss and new love. Coming across these texts five years later was an unexpected, intense time capsule, timely to my current experiences. 

Getting some new pieces ready to exhibit, I reused some frames from a series I made in 2009. Titled ‘Wanted’, I shot a series of near identical Polaroids, each with hidden text underneath of a want. I made this series in a time of transition, a time of loss and new love. Coming across these texts five years later was an unexpected, intense time capsule, timely to my current experiences. 

May 21 2014

Recently asked how many lip prints I made for the video- there are 96 looped. This song was brought up. Here they are together.

May 19 2014

One of my embroideries featured as album art on the new KAIROS vinyl. The release party is tonight. 
The term kairos originated in ancient Greece as one of two words to define time. While chronos is the sequential passage of one moment to the next, kairos describes a sustained state during which truth or rightness can be achieved. It had applications in archery and weaving—activities where timing or transition are imperative. To recognize kairos was to gain an advantage, to seize an opportunity, to evolve from what came before into something greater. (-excerpt from City Arts)


One of my embroideries featured as album art on the new KAIROS vinyl. The release party is tonight

The term kairos originated in ancient Greece as one of two words to define time. While chronos is the sequential passage of one moment to the next, kairos describes a sustained state during which truth or rightness can be achieved. It had applications in archery and weaving—activities where timing or transition are imperative. To recognize kairos was to gain an advantage, to seize an opportunity, to evolve from what came before into something greater. (-excerpt from City Arts)

May 15 2014

Tonight- Affections, Cairo, Seattle
Along with some lovely watercolors by Ursula Rose, I’ll be showing new and previous multi-media works that explore the concept of affection- both as an impact of change, and a tenderness of heart.

Tonight- Affections, Cairo, Seattle

Along with some lovely watercolors by Ursula Rose, I’ll be showing new and previous multi-media works that explore the concept of affection- both as an impact of change, and a tenderness of heart.

May 08 2014

I recently had my portrait taken by Mike Hipple. His show, documenting this community of creatives in their homes, opens tonight at Glasswing. Read more about it in this little write up in City Arts.

I recently had my portrait taken by Mike Hipple. His show, documenting this community of creatives in their homes, opens tonight at Glasswing. Read more about it in this little write up in City Arts.