When not creating fine art, you can find me practicing the martial art aikido in upstate New York.

Who am I and why am I here?

Creativity, art, theatre, social justice, education, and serving others in some capacity are central to my life and have guided my career path. Regardless of the task or employment, what I enjoy most is problem-solving— taking something that may already be in the works (e.g. a power point presentation, a concept for a new product) and making it better. Co-workers have said that I think outside the box and have the intuition to create innovative solutions to problems that may seem unsolvable. Coupled with that, I’m able to see the big picture and offer guidance that is tactful and constructive.

My emotional quotient is very high. I’m empathic, able to see the world through the eyes of others and share in their perspective. I can “hear” the unvoiced questions and anticipate other’s needs. I have the ability to read a situation and identify the gifts of the people involved and help them find their place.

I am driven by the desire for achievement in any task I take on. I will not quit until I’ve exhausted all possible solutions to a problem. If I don’t know how to do something, I will ask for help and enthusiastically learn how to do it. I’m flexible and adaptable and have a strong commitment to getting the work done.

I relish in utilizing all of my skills, play well with others, and bring enthusiasm, dedication, humor, and focus to my work. If you think I’m a fit for your organization or business, feel free to contact me. Let’s create something together!