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Hollyhocks Mural 2020

Transitions Interior Murals

In February 2024, I completed a donated mural for the community room of Home Yard Cottages. This was my second donated mural for Transitions, an amazing organization that works to end poverty and homelessness for women and children in Spokane. My first was a lily pond mural on the second floor of Miryam’s House.

Gross Food

Spokane Sequential is Back!

October 2023 marked a new chapter in the quarterly comics publication, which I have been a huge fan of and a contributor to since its start in 2017 through its last issue in 2019. Michael Stearns and I were lamenting how much we missed the zine, and decided to start it back up again! Submission guide and past issues, Inlander article

Sun Shine Through collage

“Sun Shine Through” Sculpture and Studio Residency 2022-23

I am very grateful to have been able to collaborate with Lisa Soranaka on a huge and colorful mosaic sculpture during our shared studio residency at The Hive®! We were awarded a SAGA grant for this project and worked with the community to have it installed on North Monroe upon completion as part of a neighborhood gateway sign. Read more here!

Crescent Windows 2022

Crescent Holiday Windows 2022-23

I had the pleasure of designing and painting the five holiday window displays at The Grand Hotel for Downtown Spokane Partnership, giving new life to the old holiday displays preserved from the Crescent Department Store, which closed in 1992 after being a Spokane landmark for over 100 years. Spokesman Review article, KHQ highlight.


“Growth” Show at New Moon Art Gallery

It was such a wonderful experience showing my series of portraits and plants at the New Moon Art Gallery in 2021.


INK! Print Rally 2020

By far the largest block I’ve ever carved, this awesome steamroller print event couldn’t be stopped by the pandemic or wildfires.


“Blossom” Mural 2020

One of five new murals painted in October 2020 by various artists for Art on Monroe, this one was my first highly-visible public mural.


“Local Fruit” 2019

Steel bike rack forged with Columbia Fire & Iron blacksmiths and donated to SCC and the Emerson-Garfield Farmers Market.

The quality photos in the slider are by Megan Kennedy.