Growing up off the grid, in a two-room cabin as a family of four in Montana, I came to appreciate different perspectives from an early age. I’ve enjoyed artistically exploring a variety of perspectives sever since.
In 2002, I graduated from the University of Montana, Missoula with a BFA in photography. It was during my final year of school that the inkling of the collage work I do today surfaced. Collage combines my passion for photography, perspective and variety.
In an effort to share the joy I find in looking back on my personal montages of past adventures, I will happily consider commissions to transform your memories into an actual vista through my unique technique of combining multiple photographs into a single painting.
After living in SE Alaska for a few years, I returned “south” to Teton Valley, ID – another long-time home with my partner of 6 years. In 2008, we found a house, got married and within a few years started a family. Sadly, Luke passed away in September 2015, at age 39, after a 14 month battle with brain cancer (glioblastoma). I continue to live, work and play in his honor with our 6-year-old daughter in the shadow of the Tetons.