Organ Noise

A projector I made with a box, magnifying lens, and an iPhone

A projector I made with a box, magnifying lens, and an iPhone




These are photos from the projects I was working on during the summer of 2012.

There are photos of my makeshift silk screening setup featuring a piece of plywood with door hinges on it as my way of keeping my registration the same. And a florescent lamp with plastic tape around it to help me see properly when spraying out my screens.

The T-shirts were an order made by my friend as merch for his party house in London, Ontario.

There are multiple copies of the Scratch on deck board which I colored in and sent to friends I made in Boston.

And there are pieces of wood that are part of a toboggan I am still helping my friend build.


My installation for the show we arranged in Florence
photo by Jillian McCrie

My installation for the show we arranged in Florence

photo by Jillian McCrie



First art I have made it Italy

First art I have made it Italy


My shirt is now featured at Urban Outfitters

My shirt is now featured at Urban Outfitters



The Professional Practices Class at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts present  “Bricolage”: a pop up exhibition, one night only Saturday, April 21, 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at 535 Albany Street in the South End of Boston. The talented group of graduate and undergraduate students have transformed this space for the one night with sculpture, painting, photography, video, and many mixed media works. Enjoy the show and meet the many talented, young SMFA artists. This is one not to be missed!



Re-inked the plate I used for the first Easter Island print and printed again on some nice paper. Then I drew the Easter Island head again with nu-pastels.

Re-inked the plate I used for the first Easter Island print and printed again on some nice paper. Then I drew the Easter Island head again with nu-pastels.


Collaged a monoprint I made. I was working off the concept of sample based music composed of the same sound reorganized and chopped - I was listening to a lot of Gramatik as I was working. The color scheme makes me think of BC and downbeat music.

Collaged a monoprint I made. I was working off the concept of sample based music composed of the same sound reorganized and chopped - I was listening to a lot of Gramatik as I was working. The color scheme makes me think of BC and downbeat music.