Born in North East Ohio, I have always had a close relationship with nature. In childhood, my family lived in Alaska, where monolithic images of nautral splendor were burned into my mind. Since then I have sought to strengthen my sense of connection to the world around me and use that link to better understand myself. Durring my graduate studies at Kent State University, I focused on 3D technologies and ran their technology lab. While there I discovered the great joy in using technology to help others realize their ideas. Mindfulness and awareness are very important aspects of my daily life. I make consistent efforts to provide balance against the effects of the Anthropocene, like picking up trash or thinking as a tree. I often take an outsider’s view of humanity, seeing us for what we are. Sentients born of rock, we search for what it is that seperates us from the universe, though all we find are threads that bind us to the very fabric of existence.
An understanding of the universe around me is centeral in my life. Science and spirituality blend in my mind when I attempt to understand the mysteries of the cosmos. This process is my path, and I coninue to express my thoughts and experiences through the medium of creativity.