• Studied at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark; graduate of the University of Kansas.

Traveled, taught, and created, with support from the Australia Arts Council, many artistic projects during a ten-year residency in Australia.

Wrote, and illustrated, three books published by Weatherhill Inc., of Tokyo and New York, 1995-1998.

Exhibited: ANCIENT FUTURES: The Art of the Blacksmith, Mary E. Black Gallery, Halifax, 2001; URBAN ANGELS, Argyle Gallery, Halifax, 2003.

Commissioned to design and create 44 metal street sculptures, Town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, 2002.

Exterior double-sided sign, McKelvie's Restaurant, Halifax; Painted and riveted aluminum plate and sheet (56 individual pieces); 60" x 60"; Bracket: stainless steel; 2003; graphic design: Burke & Burke Design-Illustration; Laser cutting by Bartlett PPM; clear-coat finishing by Corkum's Auto Body. "Song From the Deep Ocean", welded steel sculpture, 18"x24", 2002. "Here Comes The Sun", aluminum plate, 36" x 48", 2003. "Singing For the Fish", from the series: "Someone Has to Sing for the Fish", acrylic, oil, and pen on board, 22" x 22", 2003, $1400 US. "The Frog and the Bee", painted and riveted aluminum plate, 34" x 44", 2002.

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