• Modernism

    Motif Gallery in Palm Springs has invited me to put my robot-spin on Modernism for their show coinciding with Modernism Week. I love the midcentury architecture in Palm Springs, and love the way it uses cement "Breeze-blocks" for privacy and shade. I have created a new series of pieces based on breeze-blocks and invite you to join me for the show!
  • Art & VR

    Art & VR Jasper de Tarr interviewed me and Isaac Cohen on stage at the Art & VR event just held at Upload Collective in San Francisco. I talked about my transition from "Rocket Scientist" to artist, and Isaac talked about what the future will look like for the VR artist in the sci-fi future.
  • Painting Murals in Munich!

    GO Munich! Travelling through Europe this summer and super excited to have the opportunity to paint murals in Munich....
  • "The Treehouse" at Park Chow

    Park Chow wanted large pieces for their private upper room which they call "The Treehouse...."
  • Robots Bring Facebook HQ to Life

    After Facebook moved from Palo Alto to more spacious digs in Menlo Park, they commissioned me to fill the big empty walls of their sales and marketing building. ...
  • New York Times!

    The New York Times published an article about Costco selling fine art on Costco.com, and identifies me as one of the artists being featured.
  • Studio 360

    WNYC's Studio 360, the Peabody Award-winning nationally aired public radio program focusing on pop culture and the arts has done a segment on large retailers selling art. Here's my painting, "49 Mile Scenic Drive" featured on their page.
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Photographer, artist and gallery owner Misho and I have collaborated to create a series of pieces we call "Spaced Together." We choose photographs from his collection, and I paint directly on the photographs, either on paper or canvas.

Misho photographs closeups of walls, rust, and gritty street details. He finds beauty in objects and places that others might not notice. Printed at large scale, his photographs encourage exploration of details.

He says he is drawn by the color palette and energy in my work, and the way it captures the inner child in all of us.

I paint playful cartoon robots with a retro sci-fi look and pair them with rockets, flying saucers, planets, and familiar objects, I like the way Misho captures details and maintains mystery in his images. They're a perfect backrop for robots, rockets and space themes.

Plans are in the works for another installment of "Spaced Together" later in 2013.

Read More about this piece being featured in the New York Times