I come from visual people. Practically tone-deaf but visual people.

We grew up creating; crayon, play-doh, pencil, ink, paint, clay, wood. If it was around we could make something of it. Studying architecture at University I was taught to watercolor. As time passed I drew less for myself though I drew almost daily at work. Infrequently I created for myself and rarely shared what I did with anyone but my family & dog.

In May of 2016 I temporarily lost vision in my dominant eye. Luckily it returned and it brought a sense of urgency to creating for the joy of it again. The vision isn’t perfect and neither are my creations. I still greatly enjoy doing both.