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Suburbia, gouache on paper, 4’ x6’, 2003 This piece is currently hanging the U.S. Embassy in the Republic of Georgia. I wish I had a better photo of it, but when I made it I guess didn’t think it would end up so far away.

Recently took a night helicopter flight over Los Angeles to get images for the drawings I’m making for the Sepulveda and Exposition stop on the Expo line. My friend, artist, Justin Moore, took this one. I usually don’t like doing these flights. They make me so nervous that I often don’t sleep the night before, […]

This past Monday I took a helicopter tour over the Expo line site in West Los Angeles for my upcoming public art project at the Sepulveda station. The station will have 8 large art panels which will be drawings of aerial views of the area, designed by me. In this photo, you can see where […]

James Doolin mural at Metro headquarters. I really didn’t do it justice with this snapshot. It’s a pretty amazing piece.

I’m very excited to announce that I will be creating a permanent piece (actually 8 large panels) for one of the new Metro stations on the Expo Line here in L.A.!  These photographs are ones I took last November (on Election Day actually) above Santa Monica. I actually am a total scaredy cat when it […]

foreignliaison: Grand Central Station could get a elevated observation hoop This would be so amazing. You could go for a run.

losangelespast: Park La Brea, 1954. Also visible: La Brea Tar Pits, the Prudential Building (Museum Square), and the May Company Building (future home of AMPAS museum.)

ryanpanos: When Architecture Meets Jell-O I love how colorfully disastrous it all is.

Still recovering from a really great trip to NY. In addition to seeing a lot of amazing art, friends, attending Brian’s opening  and the seemingly, never ending cycle of eating amazing food followed by walking around the beautiful, exciting city, I got to experience a helicopter ride over Manhattan. I’ve flown over L.A in one, […]