- I'm excited to say that Yaletown from the Haptomnemonic topography series won the Judge's Choice award at the 2015 Kenai Peninsula Bienniale, hosted by the Kenai Fine Arts Center. It was an immense surprise and an even greater honor for my work.
- Currently I'm in progress working on a new series that is loosely tied to Haptomnemonic topography using a more tactile 3D appearance.
- On the theoretical side of things, I'm drafting material to be used in my yet-to-be-revealed projects Biocracy, Aerohumar, and Socionomade, which will be released in roughly that order over the next year and a half.
- In design, I'm in a secondary sketching period of working on tableware in the Ezhi series, and at this time I imagine it will be a jumping off point for a larger scope of home design objects.
- And finally, the aforementioned project Biocracy will be my primary focus beginning around April or May, pending the results of awarded funding opportunities I am in consideration for. The results will help determine the full scope and reach of that project, so even though I am anxious to write all about it I'm taking it cool and calming my jets to be able to collect as many of the facts I can first.
Thank you to everybody who has been giving me support and feedback along the way.
As always, you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org