Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Graze the Roof

Above Glide memorial church is an incredible community garden! An invitation was extended to me to install a piece....

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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Monday, July 26, 2010

Wednesday, March 3, 2010


See more photographs from Spirakasha

Monday, October 12, 2009

Art Explosion

Opening night at Art Explosion!

Thursday, April 30, 2009

A new day, a new pod: work in progress

^   Chelsea, sporting the pod    ^

Sunday, April 19, 2009


Continuing the exploration of the Child's Mind.

We were all there at a point in our lives. We climbed through weeds without concerns of tics and venomous spiders, ate various items we found in the woods, squeezed into tight spaces whether in the pit of two tree roots or the rarely explored nook under the stair case, skinned our knees and had the capacity to learn latin.

Childhood is still within us, we need only to embrace it, so we may access the playful productivity of the Child's Mind

Shown at EFFY After Dark 2009
Yale Environmental Film Festival

Hanging Fields.

Pods o' Fields: in the works


Monday, January 12, 2009

The Crow and The Wolf

Please take a moment to take a look at my current project:
"The Crow and The Wolf"

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Thursday, September 18, 2008


Yuta Sakane's Everywhere, Photos at Once project:

Thursday, June 12, 2008

The Finale

My final piece in the Maryland Institute College of Art
2oo8 Commencement Show.

Monday, May 12, 2008

"Play Things" Opening.

Weekend update: Metro Gallery, DJ John, Claire Huxtable
by Ed Schrader | May 12, 2008 at 1:35 pm 

Charm City is a mystical dustbin, in a constant state of flux — you need only look as far as this past weekend to prove it.

“Playthings,” an exhibition curated by Stefani Levin (her first) opened last Thursday, at the Metro Gallery. Some of the folks involved in this show have shared bathrooms with me; thus I cannot speak of them. Most of the pieces in the show attempt to focus a lens on the perception of toys as a means by which to manipulate play time as a vehicle for cultural semiotics. Alex Worthington’s Artisan Shoppe, a miniaturized mock storefront aesthetically falling somewhere between Forever Twenty One and Baskin-Robbins, makes a rather un-cryptic nexus between the toxicity of literally consuming junk and buying it to achieve an ephemeral state of gratification (i.e. edible Chanel accessories).

Dammit, now I really want that boob job!

Ben Fino-Radin offers what seems to be a digital Mario Bros. hand flipping me the bird, perhaps opening up a visual dialog where 9-year-old anarchists find a vestige of empowerment in the courageous act of gorging themselves with hot pockets and finding warp zones. Am I getting warm?

Giuliana Pinto’s 7-foot-tall piece smartly blurs the line between a treehouse and creepy death trap. She offers us a nondecadent cork-board castle with dark window-like openings blowing cold air. It has an immediacy that sparks a recollection of the twisted luxurious dreamland where all of us messed-up kids dwelt at one time or another. Plaything will be on display until June 7 at the Metro Gallery, 1700 N. Charles St. It’s definitely worth a gander.

B. Baltimore Sun's Daily


Thanks to my newly acquainted friend at North Carolina's own Turf Mountain Sod, I was able to conduct research on the life
 span of indoor sod.... it proved to be adaptable. [phew]