Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, and Sculpting.
Created with acrylic paint on canvas as an individual piece for a larger, five-piece concept on the struggles of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
A copper plate etching print featuring a baby crocodile within a Japanese "Marimo" or Moss ball.
A screen print created as part of a campaign to provide more awareness for invisible disabilities.
Painting using acrylic on canvas of Homer from the Simpsons.
A wood carving of a dinosaur skeleton, placed in a wooden box to simulate a paleontology site.
Wire sculpture featuring Dia de Los Muertos imagery.
A polymer clay sculpture featuring a chihuahua in a bowl of chips and beans in the style of the Mexican Alebrije.
A wire, wood, and paper mache sculpture featuring a deer snagged in fence posts. The sculpture was left white in order to provide a platform on which to project clips from the Stanford Prison Experiment documentary.
Created with acrylic on newsprint, a piece about the internal debate and ultimate freedom surrounding female-to-male transitioning.
Created with acrylic on newsprint as part of an animal vs. human series.
Wings and a toucan head, created as an experiment in movement and flexibility with cardboard pieces and spray paint.