Growing up in rural mountains instilled an appreciation for the natural world around me at an early age. This love of the outdoors led me early on to a life of competitive cycling and skiing. After studying welding and metal fabrication at Boise State University, I started creating both stationary and kinetic sculpture. Using steel and wood, I depicted the natural world I knew from my experiences. In June 2012 I had my first solo exhibition titled Sines: An Exploration of Sine Waves in Nature Through Kinetic Sculpture at the Lisk Gallery in Boise. In 2014 I was commissioned by the City of Nampa to fabricate a 16 foot tall hanging entryway sculpture titled Planting Seeds for the new Nampa Public Library. In 2015 I was commissioned by the City of Boise to create a large scale sculpture/fountain titled Headwaters for the new Boise Watershed River Campus educational facility. I currently live, work, and play in Boise, Idaho.