I work in stainless steel, stained glass, wood and plexiglass, with neon and LED fighting. My life would be simpler if I painted watercolors, but I prefer to make large-scale electrified light sculptures, since, the bigger the size, the bigger their impact. In addition, I make furniture, which I also consider to be sculptures. The major drawback is that my work is heavy and unwieldy (I do not want to compromise by making my sculptures smaller and less impactful). I have to hire a moving company with about 5 strong guys to help me transport my art, while I am usually having a nervous breakdown fearing that they will drop it! It is easier for people to come to my studio to see my work than for me to bring it to them. Since I like to work on a large scale, my sculptures are ideally suited or public spaces and office buildings.
139 Franklin Street