My absolute favorite form of art is public art. I love working on installations that I know will be seen by all kinds of people...whether they are seeking out art or not. I've made installations all over the world including China, Mexico, Romania, and Nicaragua.

Henry's Swing Club
Henry's hired me to design a mural for them at their Chicago location on Hubbard Street.
150 Media Stream
150 Media Stream is a multi-faceted achievement in art, architecture and technology that celebrates the transformational power of media art as collective experience. Documentation photos by Michael Salisbury.
Spilt Milk Market Chicago
The owners at Spilt Milk Bakery asked me to design and implement the facade of their new location in Pilsen.
On Seeing
An exploration in utilizing data visualization to remember a loved one and the ultimate failures and errors in the attempt.
In This Place
"In This Place" was a solo exhibition held in Guangzhou, China after a two month artist residency at Lido Art Center.
Meet Frank
Fonts work hard to transfer messages from the sender to the receiver. But what if they had their own emotions? What if the job of messenger exhausted them, inspired them, challenged them, and gave them anxiety just like rest of us?
Art We There Yet—An Artist Studio on Wheels
The founders of Art We There Yet asked me to design and implement the facade of their new artist studio on wheels.
Foxtrot Corner Store in Chicago's Old Town neighborhood asked me to design a mural for their patio that incorporated some of their offerings with the name of the company.
The Violet Hour
A super cool speak easy in Chicago called the Violet Hour hired me to design a mural for their rotating art series.
Lost Girls Vintage Mural
The owners of Lost Girls Vintage asked me to create a mural for their new location in Ukrainian Village that combined all of the funky style that they were striving for in the space. The interior was theme was Miami-chic with a touch of animal.
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