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photo by R.J. III/Miles Partington

At some point in while in school I stopped taking many notes and started to rely more on my memory. It gave me more time to draw in class, but also helped me focus on what I was hearing. A lot of my art now comes from memories and random thoughts that I was able to hold on to. Any ideas that are lost or forgotten only help to narrow my focus. Its often the simple ideas and first impressions that make it to the end of the creative process.

I use a wide range of materials including wood, apoxie clay, concrete, cardboard, household and found objects. The materials often play a big part in the direction of the art, sometimes the right object can be the missing puzzle piece that finishes the art.

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1996 internship with William King East Hampton NY

2005 State University of New York New Paltz NY

2008-2009 Internship at the Albany Free School, Albany, NY

Solo Shows:

Where, Where is the Town

March 2018
Tripoli Gallery, Southampton NY

Below the Storm

2019 With Tripoli Gallery, Montauk Oceans Institute, Montauk, NY

Group Shows:

X-Acto Mundo – A Stencil Show

April 2007
Ouch My Eye, Seattle WA

Hide and Seek

March 2008
Capital District Federation of Ideas, Albany NY

Secret Whale Show

September 2008
The Whaling Museum, Sag Harbor NY

Boarded up solo show, Grand Street Community Arts

June 2009
St. Anthony’s, Albany NY

Too Sweet and Seldom Seen: Railroad Ties

August 2009
Kismet Gallery, Troy NY

The South Street Gallery

December 2009
The South Street Gallery, Greenport NY

Family Show

December 2011
4 North Main Gallery, Southampton NY

Thanksgiving Collective 2012: Modern Salon

November 2012
Tripoli Gallery, Southampton NY


Febuary 2014
Guts ‘n Glory Ink, Rosendale NY

Ponds and Pools

January 2015
Ashawagh Hall, East Hampton NY

East End Collected 2

May 2016
Southampton Arts Center, Southampton NY


September 2016
Ashawagh Hall, East Hampton NY

Uncommon, featured artist

November 2016
Ashawagh Hall, East Hampton NY

Take Me Where Real Animals Are Playing

August 2017
Art Space 98, East Hampton NY

Motion Art Show

November 2017
Ashawagh Hall, East Hampton NY

Save the North Atlantic Right Whale

July 2018
Montauk Light House, Montauk NY


Takeover 2020 Artists in Residence


Identities of Southampton collaborative project at Southampton High School with visiting artist Brett Cook, student program and writing for exhibition catalogue, Representing: A Show of Identities,curated by Katherine Gass and Ingrid Schaffner, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY

With my nephew and assistant
photo by R.J. III/Miles Partington