I spent many years as an ordained minister and then a gallery curator in Los Angeles. My past experiences in theology and curation helps me understand my own art making process. I create imagery to pacify a disconnect I've felt throughout my life; a need to not just illustrate my loss, but to come to terms with it. My archetypal forms strive to understand themselves in each piece. More than just a metaphor or representation of the emotion itself, it is an abstract mapping and navigation of my affected development. My hope is that I can resolve my feelings of displacement through my work. In exploring and charting my own spiritual path I believe others see a glimpse of their path through my work.
BFA, Rutgers University; Mason Gross School of the Arts
MA, Fuller Theological Seminary
Marian Seyhoun Gallery
Stoner Street Gallery