PAINTING • PHOTOGRAPHY • MIXED MEDIA • GRAPHIC DESIGN • CREATIVE DIRECTION
Dimensions of Spirituality: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot - UJA Federation, NYC - August 2017
Hebrew Union College Los Angeles Scatter Light Not Darkness May - July 2017
The American University of Paris Syrians: Drawing an Uncertain Future May 2017
Alcohol Inks: This colorful and kinetic medium is an expressive and powerful medium for nonrepresentational works as well as enhanced photography.
My work is based on healing… spiritual, emotional and physical. I believe that retelling one’s story is not only crucial to the healing process, but also a means of permanently recording a moment in time. It invites the past and the future onto the same plane and into the same present moment, allowing us to see all things as one and to give shape to the nuances of living history.
Graphic Design: Combining my sense for space, composition and marking, this portfolio represents 25 years of experience in conceptualizing advertising campaigns and designing packaging and collateral for beauty, cosmetic and fashion related industries.
The Human Element Project: An interactive, dynamic and creative opportunity to develop thought-provoking art installations. Through interactive workshops and the resulting exhibitions, I have been able to expose thousands of people to powerful visual and written stories that have invited interest, engagement and educational opportunities on these sensitive topics.
Electron Microscopy: This work combines my fascination with science, my drive to create art, and my passion for life on a biological and cellular level. This works explores a new perspective on disease, physiology and anatomy as seen through an electron microscope.
Creative Direction/Art Direction: Portfolio of art and creative direction of high fashion photography for domestic and international trade and consumer advertising.
Reflects work with celebrities such as Jane Lynch, Carol Burnett,
Serena Williams, Cyndi Lauper, Nicki Minaj and the Kardashians.
Enhanced Photography: An intimate look into the diversity of indigenous people worldwide that captures moments of grace and joy amid the poverty and suffering of the developing word. This work is a colorful and textural interpretation of those bonds, which is first recorded through the camera lens and then enhanced with pastel and acrylic.
Mixed Media: Mixed media collages and assemblages combine my passion for texture and global cultural imagery. My work combines raw canvas, paper, photography, acrylic paint mediums and chalk pastel.