After attending Haystack Mountain School of Crafts nearly two decades ago, I returned to college to earn a BFA in Printmaking and Photography. As a visual artist, whether I’m painting in oils or watercolor, carving a woodcut, or sketching, I’m seeking to capture that fleeting moment and my connection to a place. I travel a lot and am currently working on a series of paintings and artist’s books documenting our vanishing landscapes and species.

When I’m not in the studio, I’m hiking, in France, studying about wine, on the road in my Airstream, and baking bread.91083F83-98A7-4EB7-BD89-866439E579CD

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