My work transforms sterile scientific facts into a rich visual landscape that can be easily accessed intellectually and emotionally by a wide range of people. In particular, I am drawn to mural work because of the inherently democratic viewership. To experience a public mural, the viewer does not need money, education, status, or access to spaces of privilege such as galleries or museums. When a mural is painted in a public space, through content, form, and sheer size, it has the enormous power to transform that space into a “place.” It can provide the seed for a more active, vibrant, collaborative, and discursive arena, and even set the intention of the actions that occur in that space through its collaborative creation and subject matter.

My work is focused on the natural world, our place in it, and the conflicts and collaborations we find ourselves in everyday with nature. My bright, carefully researched murals often aim to disrupt deeply embedded beliefs about Aristotle’s hierarchy of nature. I render birds, animals, and plants to evoke a sense of awe and reverence for these beings. Although extinction and loss loom in the man-made Anthropocene era, I hope that my paintings call attention to the magnificent beauty that still exists in nature today.



2004-2008 RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN (RISD), BFA Illustration. Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.

2013-2015 SCHOOL OF THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS (SMFA), Certificate Graphic Design. Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

2017-2019 HARTFORD ART SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD, Nomad MFA Interdisciplinary Art. Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A.



  • People’s Choice Award at the Salem Arts Festival for “Colony” Salem, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (2018)
  • Juror’s Prize for “Trapped” ArtsWorcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (2017)
  • Key to the City of Worcester for POWWOW! Mural. Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (2016)
  • BRA Working Artist Certification. Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (2015)
  • American Illustration. Chosen Artist Award. Online Exhibition. (2009)
  • Illustration West 47, Society of Illustrators Annual, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. (2008)


Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

  • “MESA 30+1”, Curation250, Lowell, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (2021)
  • “Solastalgia”, Binney Gallery, Wilbraham & Monson Academy, Wilbraham, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (2020)
  • “Swan Song”, Curation250, Lowell, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (2020)
  • “Animalism”, Gallery 263, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (2018)
  • “Evolution”, Gallery Z, Lowell, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (2017)


Group Exhibitions

Upcoming (Postponed until further notice)

  • “Small Works Salon: What Comes Next”, Chandler Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • “Human/Nature”, Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown, Massachusetts
  • “Creature Conserve’s Urban Wildlife”, Sprout Co-working, Providence, Rhode Island


  • “humanNature”, MUSA Collective, Watertown, Massachusetts



  • “Solastalgia” Swale House, Governor’s Island, N.Y.C. 
  • “The Art of Engagement: Regeneration as Practice” Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School, Hartford, Connecticut
  • “P.A.R.K.: Bridging Communities” Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut and Silpe Gallery, Hartford, Connecticut


  • 2nd Annual Student Artist’s Exhibition Gallery263, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • “Urban Wildlife: Learning to Co-Exist” RISD ISB Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island
  • “ARTSE” Street Theory, Boston, Massachusetts
  • “Healing Nature: Human Vision, Art and the Environment” Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis, Massachusetts





  • “One Year Anniversary Show” Revival Gallery, Fitchburg, Massachusetts


  • “Crisis and Response” Red Sun Press, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts



  • “Society of Illustrators: Illustration West: 47” Gallery Nucleus, Los Angeles, California
  • “Bang!” RISD Illustration Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island


Murals and Public Art




Interviews and Press


Memberships and Affiliations

Co-Secretary, Medford Arts Council

Artist Scholar, Creature Conserve