EMORY UNIVERSITY HEALTHCARE
Winship Cancer Institute
Emory University Healthcare purchased my original photomosaic "View from South End of York Island" (2.3 ft. x 7.6 ft.) for placement in the lobby of their newly re-designed Emory Winship Cancer Institute, a $60 million, 260,000 square foot diagnostic, treatment and research facility in Atlanta, Georgia. The sale was brokered by May Architecture + Interiors.
PUBLIC ART PROJECT
Chilson Recreation Center
The City of Loveland, Colorado, commissioned me to create two custom 4x8-foot photomosaic murals for permanent installation in their Chilson Recreation Center lobby, which attracts 1,400 people a day. I proposed a colorful portrait of townspeople engaged in rec center activities while referencing the three stages of life: childhood, middle age, and old age. Awarded the project out of 213 applicants, I shot 5,000 photos on location in January 2018 and installed the final pieces, entitled "Children Navigating the Waters of Life" (top) and "People at Play" (bottom), in May 2018.
The stop-motion video above shows the making of the "Children" mural from start to finish using 1,500 photos, tape, and scissors over the course of a month. For more on this project click here.
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Sensation & Perception
Oxford University Press / Sinauer Associates chose two of my pieces for publication in the 5th edition of their popular psychology textbook Sensation & Perception by Harvard professor Jeremy W. Wolfe. El Pintor Lincoln Camué is on the cover and back cover while Albero della Vita is the lead image to Chapter 4. Used by undergraduates in universities around the world, it’s nice to know my art is floating around classrooms, desks, bookstores, and book bags.