Through capturing photographic imagery from personal sacred space, dreams and the natural world, I create my own language of metaphors and special symbolism. This is visual journaling of what’s important to me and my inner thoughts and ideas are made visible through my technique and my choice of subject matter. I believe we are formed by images and we need to develop a critical intake and understanding of what we are seeing.
There are reoccurring images throughout my work from spiritual
Through capturing photographic imagery and drawings from personal sacred space, dreams and the
natural world, I create my own visual language of metaphors and special symbolism.
My work is created using photographs, drawings and computer compositing.
Prints range from $81-$300
A complete listing of prints and pricing information is available upon request.
BA Visual Arts and Communications, University of Evansville 1983
Currently Design Director for WTHR-TV, NBC of Indianapolis.
Design work includes: video, scenic, animation, illustration, graphic design for video, print and digital media.
Broadcast Designers Association International
NATAS, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
21 Regional Emmy Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
2 National Emmy Award nominations from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Several Broadcast Designers Association International awards for television visual design.
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