My first creative statement, and business, was filling glass pop bottle with gravel and water and selling them to neighbors for a dime. It was 1970, I was six, and my family lived in a back alley in Reno Nevada....
Twelve short years later I joined the air force and had experiences not replicated anywhere else in my life.
I retired from the military in 2011, received a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts in 2015, and today I'm a project manager for a sweet construction firm in Santa Fe, NM while attending to "experimental industrial design" as a side hustle.
I'm particular about space, large doesn't equal good, comfort equals good, but comfort is quite subjective. Transition points are key to comfort without realizing it. Rooms have purpose, being guided by flow enables one to respond to the purpose placed in structure. And that, is exciting.