Hibernaculum Opening Reception

My Hibernaculum opening reception is this Friday, June 5th, 4-9PM, at the Innovation and Design Building in Boston (21 Drydock Ave). I look forward to an engaging evening of sharing artwork with folks. Please visit Trifecta Editions Hibernaculum page for reception details and full list of exhibition programming throughout the month of June.  Thanks to everyone for making the installation such a pride and joy, especially all my art and design collaborators and the all important sponsors: The Innovation and Design Building, Polar Seltzer, A Street Frames and Artist and Craftsman Supply.  

For background information on this year-long project, click here

Upcoming Artist Talks

I am delighted to give two talks in Savannah next week. 

First talk, “A Guide to Designer Gone Rogue,” is on  Wednesday, April 16 @ 12:00 pm at the Student Center, Savannah College of Art and Design. This presentation is geared towards enterprising creatives pursuing interests outside the track of conventional design profession. The content is focused on creative opportunities through the lens of case studies in independent practice.  

Second talk, "Hybrid Vigor | Landscape x Design x Art" is on behalf the ASLA, GA Chapter, Savannah Division on Tuesday, April 15th @ 6:00 pm at S.P.A.C.E. Gallery Theater, 9 West Henry Street. This presentations is geared towards landscape architects/designers with a focus on arts and events in the service of ecological awareness and education. 

Event poster designed by Ryan Madson

Event poster designed by Ryan Madson


I am delighted to be included in Bless this Mesh, a screen printing show co-curated by Helen Popinchalk and James Weinberg at Thomas Young Gallery at South Boston’s Distillery.  The opening is on Thursday, March 5 from 7 - 9 pm and a closing reception will be held on Saturday, March 28 from 5 - 7 pm. I hope to see folks come out of there snow caves for both events. 



Teton ArtLab GYE Field Reports

Jackson was wonderful, but I'm relieved to be back in Cambridge. As a wrap up to the Teton ArtLab artist residency, I've published 31 field reports on the project webpage here. These field reports document my Teton ArtLab residency, including research, landscape exploration and creative development of the project. Field reports take the form of mixed media drawings, maps, educational diagrams, photography and one-page proposals. Each field report image is coupled with a few lines of text for context.

Hibernaculum Update

I am happy to successfully return from my second of five visits to Trifecta Editions Hibernaculum artist residency program in the Adirondack Mountains. Creative highlights included testing various design prototypes and mock-ups including the "timber target," "snack stand" and several trail and site marker options for a path and wayfinding system for the 30 acre site. As part of my contribution to the residency I'm designing and managing the installation of a low-impact path system that will link points of ecological and geological interest as well as dozen of my light-touch landscape installations. Installations all fall within the framework of alternative visualization of woodland ecology processes and challenges. 

BSLA EP Speed Studio Tours

I was happy to be put together this special BSLA event with fellow EP's Nina Chase, Amy Linne, Jessica Wolfe, and Sara Lawrence  and am sad I am unable to attend. Nonetheless, this Speed Studio Tour is a unique happening for landscape designers/architects in the greater Boston Area. 

See starting location and walking tour here: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=z1Pb9kvTSwPA.kvz-GZsK-EUI

Full schedule of events:

  • 6-6:20 - Tour Stephen Stimson Associates*
  • 6:20-6:30 - Walk to Reed Hilderbrand
  • 6:30-6:50 - Tour Reed Hilderbrand*
  • 6:50-7 - Walk to Hargreaves Associates
  • 7-7:20 - Tour Hargreaves Associates*
  • 7:20-7:30 - Walk to The Field Pub
  • 7:30 - Rally for post-tour drinks at The Field Pub

*Out of courtesy to the firms and due the fast paced nature of the tours, if you are late or unable to make one of the tours, simply meet us in front of the next studio at the designated time.

Forman Watercolor Diagrams

Forman Watercolor Diagram project is complete. In preparation for my Trifecta Editions artist residency in the Adirondack region, I created three dozen study diagrams based on Richard TT Forman's Landscape Mosaic.  A dozen select regional ecology diagrams can now be viewed on the project page here.