Polychromed aluminum. 12.5 x 5 x 5 feet.
Symbolizes the confluence of wisdom, courage, temperance and justice
as well as the unity between UWF and FSU. The sculpture’s shadows create
ever changing patterns throughout the day, marking the passage of time.
University of West Florida, Pensacola.
Polychromed aluminum. 9 x 5 x 5 feet.
The sculpture is composed of individual undulant pieces inspired by
the movement and colors of open water. At night, the sculpture glows thanks
to the energy-efficient LED lighting installed within the work.
Oasis Water Plant, Pompano Beach.
Polychromed aluminum fence and wall panels that celebrate the school's history and identity.
Benjamin W. Murch Elementary School, Washington DC
Polychromed aluminum. 6.5' x 18' x 5'
Interactive sculpture that explores the visual effects of color and geometry while creating
a bright and engaging focal point for the school's courtyard.
Commissioned by the DC Department of General Services.
Bancroft Elementary School, Washington DC
Polychromed aluminum. 12' x 5' x 12"
Inspired by water and movement, the sculpture aims to capture the dynamics of an ocean wave.
Completed August 2017
Aluminum, glass mosaic tiles.
Inspired by the beauty of the hummingbird and the fact that many species of them live and thrive in Arizona. The dial is composed of approximately 148,000 glass tiles and depicts a desert landscape at sunset. The sundial’s gnomon evokes a hummingbird in flight sipping from a native flower.
Camino a Lago Park, Peoria AZ
Installed January 2017
GATEWAYS PROJECT - LIGHT HUBS
A series of iconic downtown landmarks that enhance the city’s civic identity.
The Light Hubs are internally illuminated and suspended by cables stretching form curb to curb
above the street, each celebrating the unique history of its location.
Downtown Columbia, Missouri.
TIME FLIES SUNDIAL
River Terrace Education Campus
Copper Health Oro Valley
Oro Valley AZ
Elmwood Park, Roanoke VA