Pressing Matters

I've been accepted to the Second Annual Pressing Matters: in Celebration of Mo'Print at the Art Students League of Denver! The show was juried by Bud Shark and is a beautiful collection of prints. I'm very grateful to have been included. If you're in the Denver area it's definitely worth checking out. (200 Grant Street, February 26 - March 25)

Artist Reception: March 12, 5:30-8 pm

And while you're at it, be sure to check out the other events happening for the Month of Printmaking! here


528.0 Print

I've been accepted to a juried show! 

The show is a collection of contemporary fine art prints made by artists who live in an approximate radius of 528 miles around Denver. (The number comes from Denver's elevation of 5,280 ft) I'll be at the opening reception and the show will be up until September 27.

Opening Reception: Friday, September 4, 7-9 pm

2350 Arapahoe Street, Denver, CO 80205


Last year I was contacted by the marketing director of the American Alpine Club who had "quasi-randomly" come across my website. He asked if I would be interested in donating some artwork for their 2015 Guidebook to Membership. As an avid climber and member of the AAC, of course I was happy to contribute to such a fantastic organization. I met with the publication team in December and they expressed interest in a page from my sketchbook. The result? My first time being featured in a nationally distributed publication!!

I was fresh from my first trip to Indian Creek. The gobis were still healing on the backs of my hands. But the spark was ignited. I found the desert to be a foreign, yet magical, place. And hand-jamming to be just as foreign. The drawing reflects how hard I felt like I had to think about jamming into cracks. It did not come natural to me... But I have recently been back to the Creek and throwing in that first jam felt like a familiar hug with a good friend. Can't wait for that friendship grow even more.


Friends!! Welcome to my freshly updated little slice of the internet! I hope that you'll take a look around and click on all the things. If you like what you see, send me an email through the contact page; I'd love to hear any feedback you have. You can also send an email about any questions you have about printmaking in general, if you would like to purchase a piece, if you would like to commission an artwork, or if you would just like to say hi!