Stool

Monday, January 6th, 2014

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Always a fan of experimenting and playing, I took on this project (and this class) as a last-minute thing, and it became a pivotal part of my semester.  Funiture Design, taught by Peter Thibault and Judith Hanson, ran alongside the new Furniture Certificate program, a collaboration with the North Bennett Street School, the MassArt portion […]

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Playthings

Monday, January 6th, 2014

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I began the semester wondering what I’d make.  Last year I made a few interactive pieces, trying to address the intangible connection people can form.  From laying on their backs in the dark, simply knowing someone else is there, to tapping on the back of a chair from someone sitting behind you.  Not annoying or […]

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Bones & Body Chair

Monday, May 6th, 2013

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Last semester I tackled wood from as many points of view as possible.  I made a wave-shaped bed form using an ArborTech grinder, I made some thin bent kinetic straps, a cradle that rocked diagonally, a creature head from a basswood log, and finally, this chair.  I’d been tempting myself toward furniture for some time, […]

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Quick Updates

Sunday, May 5th, 2013

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Hey all, been a crazy year.  Just now as things are ramping up to reviews and winding down from classes, I thought I’d shoot a bunch of things online that I hadn’t shown off yet.  So along with two other posts about major projects, and more of those to come, here are some little things […]

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VMI Timberframing 2012

Sunday, April 8th, 2012

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The Virignia Military Institute conducted a timberframing project near their campus in Virginia, and members of our Sculpture department were lucky enough to participate.

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the Cave

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

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Mid-second semester, I became interested in the idea of creating spaces, especially spaces that are completely unusual in their context. Like converting a work studio space into a cave that’s still completely functional as a work studio, so trees and rocks would open to reveal cabinets and drawers, etc. That would be a far more […]

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