Annual photographs of Clayton and Cameron beginning when they were one and two years old. This year they are 19 and 20.
This is an older body of work dating back to 1994 - 1999, but it is still one of my favorites. These one-of-a-kind Polaroid SX-70 prints were shot using an old Polaroid camera. SX-70 film can be manipulated while the emulsion is setting giving me 1-2 minutes to draw over the image.
Circuit Board Dress
Underneath at 2nd Skin Exploratorium, San Francisco April 29 - September 7, 2008
UNDERNEATH is an activated dressform that interacts with the audience by turning to face whomever is standing closest to it. The scratching of stiff Tyvek fabric and sounds from the room are amplified as it turns.
Overdressed is a project exploring consumption and waste. I used my closet as an example to study how many under used items I was storing. The sculpture was made from a dressform, discarded clothing, clothes-pins, and a small monitor displaying a slide show of the dressform being consumed by the garments.
Overdressed was installed at the Diego Rivera Gallery in San Francisco in 2007.
Pen & Ink
Pen and ink illustrations from my sketchbooks.
One of my favorite jobs was working as a textile designer for ESPRIT. The first images are designs I did for them in the early 90's.
Following are some experimental textile projects I've done since then.
Pop Heart was designed by Susan Geluz and myself. It was executed by us and a team of 5-10 other volunteers from FIDM.
Before being auctioned off to benefit the San Francisco General Hospital, our heart was on display on Market Street near Battery from April thru October, 2004.
In addition to my other duties at FIDM, I am often called upon to create posters, flyers, wall vinyl, and motion graphics for the San Francisco campus.