Since 1988, my mission has been to inspire life through art. My work has evolved and lends itself to beautiful interior and exterior art for personal, public or commercial use. It is also used to give back to both local and global causes. I started my artistic endeavors with gyotaku, proceeded to create with encaustic, metal, and then the versatile art of cast and fused glass. As an avid diver, much of my work has been to recreate the splendor of the Pacific Northwest waters and its unrestrained beauty. Passion for historical and primitive pictographs has also infused a flavor of distant cultures in my work. I am eclectic in my artistic nature and full of responsive and on target ideas. I use recycled and repurposed items when creating much of my work and construct scaled pieces that are not only stunning and durable but can stand the test of time. Public pieces nearly 20 years old still look new.
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.
It is my greatest joy to create relative, meaningful and inspiring works of art.