My own work is an eclectic mix of things that interest me and reflects back the places I've traveled and lived. With a BFA in printmaking, I have a long history of doing woodblock prints. I like the directness of carving wood with hand tools and the graphic quality of the resulting prints. I've moved from printing on paper to clothes as a way to integrate art further into everyday life. Bringing my images off walls and onto bodies. Inspired by Monhegan, I experimented with oil and watercolor painting there and have work in the Lupine Gallery. More recently I've been experimenting with short computer animations and stop animation and since the birth of my son I have been building wooden toys. In general, I see art as a way to keep learning and continue expanding ideas.