I was born and raised in Olympia, WA. After graduating from Capital High School, I attended Dominican University of California in San Rafael and received a BA in Digital Arts. While in school, I played for the mens basketball team for two seasons before I left to focus on my artwork. The beautiful Dominican campus, skyscrapers and art deco apartments of San Fransisco, Marin Headlands and its WW2 relics, and west Marin's coastal ridge all inspired my early works.
Today I live in Olympia, working with my mother at AMC Interiors as a designer. Much of my work today is influenced by the vast number of textiles, stones, and furniture I see everyday in the design field.
My work can be seen at William and Wayne in the Seattle Design Center, Arthouse Designs in downtown Olympia, and at my family's shop, Clinton's Music House on Olympia's Westside. I participate in Olympia's Spring and Fall Arts Walk every year, and enjoy being a member of the Olympia community of artists.
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