I grew up on a farm in Paris, Idaho, and currently live in Boise with my wife, son, and border collie. My text-based art has been exhibited widely across the United States. I have been included in four Idaho Triennials, and I was a recipient of an Idaho Commission on the Arts Fellowship.

I have had solo exhibitions at the Boise Art Museum, Gallery CTA, Ming Studios, the Sun Valley Center for the Arts, and Ogle Gallery in Portland, Oregon. I have created artwork for a Hillfolk Noir album cover and three collections of poetry—most recently in collaboration with J. Reuben Appelman for the book Woodsmoke: Reflections on Place, After James Castle.

I am currently in the process of fabricating two concrete and stainless steel sculptures, titled KITH & KIN for the James Castle House. These will be installed in summer of 2019.

In fall of this year, I will have a one person show at the Harrett Center at the College of Southern Idaho.