I was raised by elves on the Icelandic coast. There they taught me to fish and become invisible. Some of my fondest memories are of swimming in the waters of Bluetooth Bay. They also taught me to sail, and one day while sailing a strong current pulled across the ocean and I wound up on the beach in New Jersey. Soon I landed a great job working on the Boardwalk.
Later Early Years
I attended college in the American Midwest, and there I learned to ice fish and command dog sleds. This little adventure inspired me to move to New York City where I started a dance company for small dogs. I built up a small nest egg and moseyed on out to southern California where I got a job as a wandering yogi. It was a period of immense change and a challenge to my very spirit. While in Los Angeles I heard that Trenton, New Jersey had become the art capital of the western hemisphere. I was not surprised. So I moved to Trenton and began my artistic studies there.
I am in the process of compiling my past and current exhibition opportunities.
Numerous private, corporate, museum, gallery and government collections detailed information coming soon.