"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy"
—Jack Torrance

While I love my work, it's not all that defines me. My love for learning isn't limited to just work. I enjoy the process of creation; whether it's sewing, bicycles, or cooking, I just love to make things. See my fine art life here.

Architectural Drawings

Gallery show at Secession Art & Design, San Francisco, CA. Covered by Peter Nidzgorski on this isn't happiness and on


Series 1 & 2 covered by WIRED. Gallery show at Campfire Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

Featured as window art in Los Angeles at Camerich LA. Featured in the book Geek-art, une anthologie : Art, design, illustrations & sabres-laser and as the cover for the second printing. More at Notes from the Zeitgeist.

Interested in buying a print? I still have a handful left in my studio. See my fine art life to buy a print.


I've renewed my childhood fascination with the famous building blocks with Lego Architecture Studio. Legos stimulate both a creative process and fulfill my love for systems and organization.

See more here.


I can't not see light and distance without a photographic eye. But photography is not just about the eye, it's about the adventure.

See more here.

But wait there's more...

I've got too many hobbies to list them all here, and a sneaker habit to boot. Take a look at some of my other places on the Internet to see more about my extracurriculars:
Flickr - Instagram - Blog - Pinterest

Work hard, play hard, and serve.

What are these
3 trees up to?