The Future Of The Anacostia Envisioned 82”x32” 2019

This mosaic was was created using plastic straws from a collection of over 4,000 that were removed from the Anacostia River in one day.  The piece was created to support The Anacostia Watershed Society, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization, in raising awareness about the impact of single-use plastics on the environment.  The mosaic depicts a vision of the now-polluted river as swimmable and fishable in the foreseeable future. Featured in: National Public Radio NBC Washington Smithsonian Institution Archives blog The WashingtonRead more

Paper Trail, 2014

Assisted paper artist Stephanie Beck and the the dancers of Racoco Productions in their performance of “Paper Trail” as part of the 2014 Bushwick Open Studios in Brooklyn, NY.Read more

The Wishing Wall, 2014

Washington, D.C. residents living in the Southeast neighborhood of Anacostia are isolated from the rest of the city, and they have limited access to the resources available to residents of higher socioeconomic status in other quadrants. The geographical line of separation between Anacostia and the rest of the city is drawn by the boundaries of the Potomac River. “The Wishing Wall” is a chain link fence panel representing barriers, both geographic and systemic. The fence panel was installed in AnacostiaRead more