Though I have no formal training, I have been creating artwork ever since I was a child growing up in Ann Arbor, Michigan . In November of 1984, I moved to San Francisco and started showing my work. I have exhibited my work in many San Francisco's premier galleries, stores, bars, and schools as well as in the DeYoung and City Hall.In 1995, I was selected for membership into the San Francisco Art Institute Artists' Committee. There I worked on the Salon Series, Day Without Art, the annual exhibition "Bio-Hazard," and helped select the 1997 Adeline Kent Award Exhibition. My art has been seen in ArtWeek , New York 's Paper Magazine, SFFocus, San Francisco / New York , Fad, Outlook, The Bay Area Reporter, Odyssey Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle , and San Francisco Frontiers. My art can also be seen on the web in the Virtual Collection at artistswithaids.org. In addition, my work is available at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artist Gallery, and formerly the Steel Gallery of San Francisco, CA.My sculpture is abstract and conceptual--inspired by micro biotic, organic, and synthetic things we come in contact with each day. I work in a varied range of materials including fabric, metal, rubber, plastic, wood, paper, and more.