I have taught Art, primarily Ceramics and Photography, for over 25 years, and have been exhibiting and selling my work for most of that time. The job of sharing and nurturing the creative process in others has allowed my own work to remain fresh, experimental and continually evolving, and I embrace the overlap between my roles as art maker and art teacher. I am happiest, and I believe my work is at its best when the barriers between approaches, processes, materials and even function become a bit blurred.
I did my Bachelor’s and Master’s work at Kutztown University, and have done course work at numerous other institutions. I live in a relatively quiet spot in Southeastern Pennsylvania with my wife of 21 years, and our 2 children (one is currently a junior in art school, and the other is leaning toward his passion in theater and music).