This blog post features some shots of my studio in the PNW. The studio that I currently work in is an irony in and of itself. All my years in New York City, I lived and worked in a studio that was approximately 500 square feet. It certainly was not a hardship, it was a great studio with a wood-burning fireplace with dramatic views of New York City. I worked in that studio for about a decade. The irony comes into play with my current space because, although I live in a much larger space (larger but modest by most standards), my studio is still a small room, about the same size as that studio all those years ago.
My studio is a space in a near-constant state of change. Sometimes neat and clean, other times a flat-out mess. This is a workspace and I keep a robust studio practice to this day. Working as many hours on my creative pursuits as my schedule will allow.
Below are some candid photographs from the current space and some of the more recent works that I have created here in the PNW.