My exhibition at there-there, with the first gallery presentation of one of my bronze trees…check out the whole show here.Read More
Happy to announce that my book, ‘the nature of breathing in salt’ is coming out with hat & beard press! Here is a sneak peek at it and where to reserve your copy.Read More
“A Matter of Course" at the Guggenheim Gallery of Chapman University…a beautifully curated assortment of environmentally driven works…Here’s s peak into it and a link to the LA Times article about the exhibition and its curator, Richard Turner.Read More
jakarta and seattle, oh my!Read More
As You Like It - C’est Comme Vous Voulez is open at Praz Delavallade! Learn more here, see it in person there.Read More
Excited to announce the unveiling of my sculpture, 'another kind of growth', at King's Road Park in West Hollywood, CA.Read More
A selection of my new lake paintings were presented at Art Los Angeles Contemporary with Peter Blake Gallery...check them out in the hangar here.Read More
For the past two years, I've been working on my first feature length film. Here's the official trailer!Read More
If you find the school of dolphins at the right moment, they’ll swim along with you, playing with your fiberglass whale. Stand at the bow and look down, six are close enough to touch. These are the happiest of mammals.Read More
Come to Berlin anytime in June to see my newest works and enjoy döner kebabs by the river.
I am excited to announce my first collaboration with there-there. It is a bronze sculptural work modeled on an actual lock that was snuck out of the Guantanamo Bay's high security area after being burnt off a cell.Read More
This work was shot in the middle of the Pacific and executed in my studio. It reminds me of this time period in the world...
I'm excited to announce that the website and teasers for my forthcoming film, 'are the green fields gone?' have been released. Both films can be found here, and more information on the film can be found at www.arethegreenfieldsgone.com
Here's the news on the print!Read More
Over the past year, I've been taking antique rugs, with provenances extending to the 1800s and giving them new lives within the context of current day Los Angeles. Each work was painted in my studio and then exposed to the elements of Los Angeles environment. They were in the Pacific in Malibu, the LA river in Vernon, a strip club in Downtown and the bottom of a Hollywood Hills pool, to name a few....
The body of work and photography of the pieces in situ recently opened at LA><ART and is followed by an exhibition of the pieces at Woven Accents in West Hollywood, CA. The entire collection of rugs and photographic studies will be accompanied by a monograph published by Woven Accents.
Here are the works, in their environments, on their own and installed at LA><ART.Read More
I'm very excited to announce that the first exhibition of the works from my sea journey is now open to the public at MAMA Gallery in Los Angeles. You'll find some installation images and a nice description of the works.Read More