Since 1988, it has been my goal to create beautiful works of art that impact and inspire. My work has evolved over the years and the different mediums I have mastered have lent themselves to being able to create interior and exterior art for personal, public and commercial use. I started my artistic endeavors with Gyotaku, then proceeded to learn and create with Encaustic, Metal Design, and then the fascinating art of Cast and Fused Glass. For the last twenty years, I’ve been working primarily with float glass. The world of float glass is exciting but has been widely unknown on how to use it successfully. I continually push the envelope and come up with new and innovative ideas. There are so many reactions, layering and striking combinations that the possibilities are endless. These techniques have given me the opportunity to create original works for communities both locally and globally. I have a motto with my customers; if we can think it, we can make it. I am inspired daily by the nature of our world around us, the splendor of our oceans, wildlife, and ancient history. These ideas meld into much of my work in an elegance that is suggestive and organic. It is my greatest joy to create relative, meaningful and inspiring works of art.
Since 2006 I have owned and operated a working glass studio, which is open to the public. In 2012, I moved my operation to a historical building in Silverdale, WA, which was built in 1946. I am blessed with an entire team dedicated to helping me create custom pieces for my clients and customers, as well as giving back to our communities.