I had my first solo shows in Minnesota at 20. I photographed suburban houses, like the one I grew up in with multicolored shadow's that I created through gelled lights surrounding them, referencing the invisible acts of love and cruelty that were taking place inside. My first shows in NYC were comprised of photographs of smells and sound and later sculptures based on ethereal events, Then I started drawing spirals while I listened to a song, the song title under the spiral became completed drawings. Then I started dripping plaster while a song played making cave-like sculptures of stalactites and stalagmites as a record of my experience listening. Next I made flowers out of porcelain while listening to music. The resulting flowering branches were a record of listening to an entire album.
My latest project "2 Years of Bluto" at the Marlborough Contemporary project room in February and March of 2019 Is my 11th solo show and my 2nd all painting show, it's taken me a while to learn how to make credible paintings and in the past two years this obsession with good and bad has been the fuel to hone my talents as a painter, and my ability to forgive as a human.”