Most of my career was spent in the biochemical and information sciences. The beauty of science and revelation of hard-earned discoveries remain a continuous source of inspiration, presenting endless opportunities for thrilling visualizations and interpretations in glass. The deliberate assemblage of a multitude of small parts reveals new and unpredictable levels of depth and complexity.

My interest in glass started more than 20 years ago. My artistic education is informal; it includes watercolor classes, teaching myself stained glass, and later attending workshops in hot and warm glass techniques. Since the early 2000s, I have created a number of pieces that now reside in private residences in the US and Canada.

My interest in photography goes back considerably further than my glass endeavors. The advent of digital photography and powerful computer applications make my macro photography images possible.