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If you are looking for a more formal artist bio or CV, it’s right here.

Here is a bit about me, the work I do, and how you can contact me if you’re interested in working together:

I am artist because the act of creating sustains me as a human being. Art provides me with a means of expression of ideas and a way to connect with other people. I love to solve problems: in life, in the studio, and in the classroom. It extends far beyond the physical objects I make, and permeates the way I see the world. If you are interested in getting more of a behind-the-scenes look at my process and projects, while also supporting the work I do, you can join my Postcard of the Month Club.

I regularly teach at the Minnesota Center for the Book Arts. Their current class roster is here. I also teach private and small group classes there, so if you are interested in some one-on-one or small group instruction outside of regularly scheduled classes, send me an email with what you have in mind and we can set something up! I generally recommend a three hour minimum for a project or class, depending on complexity.

Another project I am proud to be a part of is Proof Public, a collective of printers, artists, and designers that uses letterpress printing as a tool for social change by providing access to underserved and marginalized communities. Over the past two years, we have hosted numerous open houses and last year, we launched a residency program! Everything that happens at Proof Public is currently run by volunteers, and we welcome extra hands and membership support to help offset operational costs.

This year I am opening my studio, located in Northeast Minneapolis, to share it with others through open studio evenings, classes, and small scale events. I am slowly building a calendar of classes.

Occasionally, I take on commissioned work or print jobs. If you are interested in hiring me to make something for you, send me an email with a brief description of what you have in mind. These projects generally start at $750 and go up from there depending on complexity and scale, (business cards are the exception to the rule. Those start at $200 for a minimum of 100 cards printed in one color).

If you are interested in working together or learning more about any of these, head over to my contact page and send me a message.