selected projects

I am a project-based artist working in social practice, printmaking, drawing, sculpture, and installation. I’ve made art exploring happiness, interdependence, and, most recently, belonging. Explore the selected projects above, or see all projects.

My work is now on view in Between You and Me at the John Michael Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan, WI, and Poetry is Not a Luxury at the San Francisco Center for Book.

I’m the lead artist in Art, Culture, and Belonging in San Francisco Chinatown. A temporary public artwork, Hopes for Chinatown, is now installed near Portsmouth Square. The project will culminate in a comic book launch in October.

This summer, my artwork thanking essential workers was on billboards in Times Square, and on bus shelters and newsstands in NYC, Boston, and Chicago. This fall, it will also appear at the Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC.

I also contributed a poster to the recently-published second edition of Celebrate People’s History. I’ve collaborated on an installation at Color Factory; open in Houston and re-opening in NYC soon. See all recent news.