I created a prop for the window display launch of Ann Taylor’s greeting cards featuring iconic fashion photography. They were sold in beautiful pink box sets & used to raise funds for their breast cancer charity. I created a theatrical curtain that displayed the cards. They loved it so much I was asked to create another, similar set for a different campaign. I was glad to.
In 2002 I spent an entire year (-well, a little more than that…) making an aviation series for Tom Sachs. On the list was a Concorde, DC-10, Boeing 747, Boeing 767, and the Challenger Space Shuttle (-named The Crawler by Tom). The Crawler took months to build and had many hands that helped. It is on display at the Utrecht Centraal Museum in the Netherlands.
Out of all the work I did for Tom (-and all other clients), the aviation series gave me the most injuries. Burns, bruises, stitches ..& scars that still remain. I was very into the idea of making these pieces. I’ve always loved planes & birds. (-What is better than flying?) With any job worth something, you accept the risks. I have no regrets about my scars. I’m happy to have been part of this work.
My resume is from 2003. [Click here to view resume. If you need to enlarge it, just use your 'View' pull down menu on your web browser.] The weird white section (under my name to the left) is my address & phone number blocked out. This resume does not have all of my work listed. It was used mainly for the film & television industry, so some of the fine art & corporate installation work have been removed to save space. I haven’t updated this resume in many years because almost all of my work is through referral.