I am incredibly proud and happy to have been a part of a such a large scale project that so many people were able to experience over the last couple months, and which from the start aimed to engage it's audience in a socially responsible way- from the weekend crowds to the many students that were brought through during the weekly tours- bringing attention to blight in the city, telling the history of that place and the people that once were apart of it, while also transforming it into an inspirational, visual narrative, the whole time remaining free and open to the public. It's exactly what I look to do with my work and am pushing to keep moving forward in the direction of large scale public art projects.  
The wonderful Scott McKibben took these portraits of me with my two pieces.

Exhibit Be

photograph by Sean Ambrose in front of one of my wall at Exhibit Be.


just wrapped this project up and had the opening today, worked on two pieces, it is being called the largest exhibition of street art in the American south!

Alivia's Birds

*first photograph by Scott McKibben

upcoming: Prospect 3 projects

One of my students, Alivia, is collaborating on two projects with me for Prospect 3 in New Orleans.  We are creating pieces about her paper birds to be turned into public installations.  Here's some sketches in the works, stay tuned for more in the coming weeks!

Install at the Joy Theater

My art installed around the stage at the Joy Theater in New Orleans for the Hurray for the Riff Raff show on Oct 17, 2014.
Photo by Joshua Brasted

Hurray for the Riff Raff show at the Joy Theater

a little sneak peek of what I've been working on for the stage.
installing tomorrow. thisisnola.org

on the inbetween

i have a solo show at byridie's on Oct 11th.  on the inbetween is a collection of mixed media works and photographs

for a friend

Sadia's mural

some finished and in progress shots for a mural I painted in Sadia's, a coffee shop/tea house.