Fashion Show Stages

Sunday, April 21st, 2019

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Every so often, I have the honor of being able to work with Hook & Loop studio on projects ranging from custom solid wood office furniture through MDF and plywood plinths and casework for the various museums in the Boston area. This time was no different, we had to make four modular triangular stages with […]


Equipment Racks for The Enemy

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

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I’ve had the privilege twice now of working on exhibitions at the MIT Museum in Cambridge, and this time was no exception.  With most of the museum overhauled over the course of 3 months, I came in around the last month to installed some parts of The Enemy and Big Bang Data, both fascinating new […]


Slab Benches for Judith Leemann

Sunday, October 8th, 2017

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This was a very exciting project.  I got to work for Judith Leemann who I had while I was a freshman in college, making two custom benches for her show arvensis in the Distillery Gallery in South Boston.  She had acquired two big pine slabs, bookmatched, from a friends’ relative, and wanted their shapes to […]



Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

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Yes, I took a Food & Art class this past semester.  While I have mixed feelings about its value for me at the time I took the course, its final gave me a chance to exercise some urges I’d been having to make something relevant, powerful, and aggressive.