Painted Transformer Box
About the Artist
I am a graphic designer, muralist, and printmaker born and raised in Rochester, MN. I believe in the power of design that builds and defines communities of people, designing not just to create something nice to look at, but to tell a story that brings people together.
From a young age, I spent my free time learning and working at the Rochester Art Center, and later attended Macalester College in St. Paul for studio art. After pursuing a degree, I began designing band posters and screenprinting, eventually participating in Artcrank , a poster show in Minneapolis, and working in advertising. I've combined my work in design and advertising with the arts and music community at Treedome—a record store and production studio that has recieved funding from the Meow Wolf DIY Fund for non-conforming art spaces.
In the Rochester Area, I have designed and collaborated with Threshold Arts, Destination Medical Center (DMC), The Rochester Downtown Alliance, Thesis Beer Project, ROCKchester, the Rochester Thaw Music Festival, Bleu Duck Kitchen, the Rochester Art Center, Rochester Posse, and many more. My work can be seen in The Cove behind Cafe Steam and in my newest public art project, “Scenes from the Sidewalk,” located on downtown barricades on 1st Avenue. Additionally, I am a two-time recipient of the Rneighbors CARES mural grant, with upcoming projects in the Lowertown neighborhood. Through a bright, graphic,
illustrative style, my work is a modern take on public art and storytelling. You can find me enjoying dinner and a concert most weekends, or teaching figure skating like a true Minnesotan.
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