The following images and videos are a glimpse of my process as an artist. I do not work in one studio but many, mostly outside and hopefully with lots of people. I work on farms, in theatre, in metal shops, usually in New England and sometimes abroad. I collaborate with farmers and animals, weather and time.
The process continues once the piece is installed as the environment collaborates with the sculpture, transforming it, marking the conditions of weather and time.
This black and white video is from Jacob Lumbra, a University of Vermont student who worked in the barn/studio during the residency
This video shows the process of making The Lighthouse, a site specific temporary installation in Boston Massachusetts
This video shows the process of collecting wool and making The Lighthouse
This video shows the process of making the installation Tika Whare in New Zealand
This video is a documentation of public outdoor installation, Walling In, of a wool pasture fence surrounding sheep.
This video shows the process of making seven felted sails, Pleiades for an outdoor public art installation
This video shows the process of making cobb for the on site installation I will Arise and Go Now, in Amherst, Massachusetts
This video shows the process of making the steel hooks for Abattoir, for Brattleboro Museum