Sitting in a restaurant with one of my best friends, Cynthia.
Sitting on a bus going from Riga to Vilnius. Traveling is very important to me. The world is big and there is lots to learn and experience.
More travel... Riding on a motorbike in Vietnam with my girlfriend Rebecca.
The sea and sand are important, but so is Wi-Fi! Looking but not finding on Phu Quoc Island.
On the Pulaski Bridge connecting Brooklyn to Queens, with the Manhattan skyline in the background. Is there any cityscape more welcoming?
At a soup vendor in Ho Chi Minh City... Did I mention Vietnamese food is my favorite?
I like to cook at home too. Making breakfast and pancakes is one of my specialties.
At home we like to hang dry our laundry. It's old school, free, and environmentally friendly.
When I watch tv, it's usually tennis. - my favorite sport, which I grew up playing in Florida. I used to think it was the perfect profession... well-paid, you get to travel, you can get a tan, keep fit, and wear cool clothes (sometimes).
I don't have a real studio... here I am making a pedestal for a work, directly in the gallery where it is shown.
The living room/studio again. If need be, I clear the floor to make a mess. Otherwise, it's a comfy place to work (on smaller pieces, anyway).
The painting to the left is by me. It's always nice inside my apartment, where I work and think. The outside world is kept at bay.
At a bridge in Vilnius, Lithuania, where lovers etch padlocks with their names and initials and shackle their pronouncements to the iron railing. In the end, it's always about Love.
Some examples of my work.... A self-portrait.
A cake made from acrylic paint.
A plate of spaghetti made from acrylic paint.
I have used dinner parties as a medium in the past, as sculpture and performance work.
I like the idea of a "gift economy." Here I am dressed up with other friends/collaborators for a live, real-time dating game performance, where we try to hook up several contestants looking for love.