March 23, 2017


Amongst a heap of murals, commissions, and design work, last year marked the completion of the biggest indoor project I’ve ever done – these panels are 12 feet tall and are constructed from the same rough cut pine boards that were used to form the concrete walls of their location, creating a tangible connection between materials and place.

The panels are installed in a beautiful Tom Kundig designed house located in Saratoga, CA. The home combines subtle elements of Japanese architecture with really thoughtful details to create a very livable and visually striking environment, frankly I couldn’t have asked for a better setting in which to work.

I’d like to extend a huge thanks to Monty and his wonderful family for this opportunity, thank you to Ryan and everyone else at Faultline Artspace for putting up with these giants for months, and a big thank you to Shawn HibmaCronan, Mario, Julio, BJ, Jack, and Gustavo and his crew – I couldn’t have done it without you guys.

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