The Importance of Play, Personal History, & Community Narrative

My artworks and group installations address the ebb and flow of the personal and communal - whether this intersection is between family members, church communities, or other group and individual associations. Story and memory are important in shaping identity, and a sense of play is formative in how we view ourselves and our relationships.  My work is influenced conceptually by explorations in family life, vocational roles, and investigations in theological aesthetics. 


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A Tale of Two Brothers: The Arts and Christian Welfare

Becoming Comfortable with Questions: Contemporary Art and Charismatic Worship in Dialogue

Believing to Make: An Exploration of Play and Faith

Creator or Consumer?

Formation in the Digital Age: An Interview with Shannon Sigler

The Wesleyan Artist's Vocation