The Vermont years! 2004-2006 In these two years I started branching out and took both a sculpture and fine metals class. From these I found a love for working in 3-D.
Collection of work from 2004
AP Art Portfolio pieces. 2004. Concentration: Egg—>Rebirth, life, female
It’s the start of a new year with plenty of new beginnings, several “goodbyes” and a few “see ya later”s. Moving down to Savannah proved to be less complicated and more exciting than expected. Now, armed with a lovely new apartment, comes a full year of shows, school work and artwork!
I am a fourth year art student at the Savannah College of Art and Design with a major in Production Design concentrating in Lighting Design. I am also minoring in Film and Television studies. I have been seriously creating fine art since my sophomore year of high school but picked up my first charcoal pencil at the age of 9.
I attended a liberal art university for two years before making the decision to take some time off, get a job and reapply to several art schools. SCAD was my first choice and this year will be my second full year at the Savannah campus.
I became involved in theater, and specifically Lighting, my sophomore year at the University of Vermont under the watchful eye of John Forbes. Upon transferring I switched majors and completely immersed myself in the Production Design department at SCAD.