Provincetown, where I live and work, is a place of extremes, excess and raw beauty. It is essential that a core group of practicing artists stay year-round to insure the survival of the oldest continuous arts colony in the United States. I am one of those people, driven to share my experience as a creator, an observer and a catalyst.

My artwork is represented by Four Eleven Gallery with an upcoming solo show in September 2018. This painting is part of the ongoing Models in the Studio series began at the Fine Arts Work Center in 2016. 

My training at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston at Tufts ('95 Diploma) prepared me for a multi-disciplinary practice. I explored the performing, literary and digital arts until I realized that making paintings and drawings was my true North. A return to a full-time studio practice was made possible through a Romano Rizk Grant from the  Provincetown Art Association and Museum.