An artist and educator who has been working in the genre of alternative processes and artists' books for the past twenty-five years. I earned a BFA from University of Michigan and an MFA at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. In addition, I completed further graduate study in theology at St. Francis Seminary.
My written and visual work deals with issues of autobiography, memory, and place narratives. I've exhibited both nationally and internationally and have work in many private and public collections including the Milwaukee Public Library, The Tweed Museum of Art, Special Collections – UW Milwaukee, and the Museum of Modern Art.
A Professor at the Milwaukee Institute of Design, where I have developed and taught courses in the humanities, art history, writing, letterpress and book-arts and virtual worlds. I've been a part of the MIAD community since the early nineties – serving both on the faculty and as an academic dean.
For more information regarding my teaching and academic life - look for me at MIAD.
I also keep a meandering blog about art and the world at large here: MIDDLE COASTS