I describe myself as a multi-modal artist and creative catalyst. By any medium necessary best describes my process. I work among disciplines and media, often at a nexus of art and technology, science and architecture. These seemingly divergent perspectives converge in my practice of art as a socially engaged mode of tuning our attention to common occurrences in everyday places. My work invites people to participate as choreographers of their experience of art. Informed by contemporary views of nature, technology, and community, I explore the subtle ways that we express empathy with one another, with other life forms, with sensing objects, and with responsive environments. My approach repositions a view of contemplation that is generally perceived of as solitary and removed from the flow of life into one that sparks a sense connection and community. By necessity and passion I initiate and participate in many forms of interdisciplinary collaboration. I have had the good fortune to work with inspiring collaborators including: architects, composers, city planners, neighborhood residents, musicians, anthropologists, engineers, dancers, children, and biologists. I choose to work with diverse groups of people, emerging technologies, my hands, and my imagination. A creative and inclusive thinker, I focus on the personal as well as the collective, the ecology of the part and the whole. I am confident in my ability to translate ideas into experiences and enjoy the process of encountering new questions, being introduced to new perspectives, and learning how to do things that I do not yet know how to do.