Public Art Commisions
I've been commissioned to create public art. Here are a few of the works:
Museum of Flight pedestrian Bridge - Tukwila, WA
The 32-channel permanent sound installation commissioned by the Museum of Flight in Seattle presented the opportunity to integrate sound in a one-of-a-kind structure. The 40-minute program of soundscapes, field recordings and new compositions offered a new delivery method for my art. This piece incorporates such elements as recorded Boeing airplanes on the assembly line, the Blue Angels in flight, and new compositions.
Human Rights Legacy - Tacoma, WA
Civil rights, and human rights for all, are a reoccurring theme in my art. A past public art project involves the community of Tacoma, WA and the city’s human rights legacy. Before the artwork is created for People’s Park, I met with numerous community organizations and completed residencies as a teaching artist at two elementary schools, a middle school, and the Boys and Girls Club. For the past four months, I’ve enjoyed finding new ways to creatively engage the community and encourage dialogue on the important issue of human rights in the past, present, and future.
Vintage Aircraft Association - Seattle, WA
Vintage Aircraft Association commissioned me to create a film based on my experience flying in a B-17 bomber (only 10 actively flying). As part of this work I've also flown a helicopter, and a 1920s bi-plane.