Once upon a time, there was a child who liked to draw...

Stories define our identities and provide context for the world we see around us. Living in the woodlands of Montana with the wilderness at my doorstep, the rhythms of seasonal changes are ever in my awareness, and my art is heavily influenced by many mythologies from around the world. Whether working on paper or skin, I enjoy the tactile intimacy of low-impact tools that allow me to work closely on the precise details. Each one-of-a-kind piece I create is meant to be a coded mnemonic, a reminder of the story embedded within its tiniest details: if a picture is worth a thousand words, then narrative art is layering each of those thousand words into the details of a single image. If something speaks to your curiosity, take a closer look.

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making narrative art for the curious in the wild Montana woodlands -
one-of-a-kind pieces whose layered details reveal an embedded story

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