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Sharing another piece I worked on recently, along with a little explainer text. It’s not really a complete concept, more of an experiment in technique and texture, but there’s something in it that I like, so I’m bookmarking it for later....

This is a challenging story to share, but I’m putting it out there anyway. I made this conceptual piece in response to something that happened in my home state of Mississippi....

A few weeks ago, insomnia paid me a visit. After lying awake in bed for a couple of hours, I gave up and moved over to my studio, picked up a sketchbook and began to draw. I knew what was troubling me, why I couldn’t sleep....

I was honored to speak about the PosterFest Design for Good initiative during AIGA’s 2019 National Leadership Retreat. As a past President of AIGA Miami, I co-hosted the breakout session "UNITE: AIGA Chapter Collaborations with Local Government and Non-Profits for Community Impact."...

Most people think of opera as rarefied entertainment for older, wealthy audiences. An artform that only exists inside the concert hall, that mostly speaks about things from a couple-hundred years ago, and often in foreign languages. Across the country, opera companies struggle to connect with younger and diverse audiences, both in terms of developing patrons, and in recruiting artists to learn and perform the music....

As we close out this year, I’m thrilled to share what’s ahead for the Salon Series in 2020. We have an excellent lineup of musical experiences in the spring, and I’m happy to announce that Fiorella Franco, who has been a friend of the series from the beginning, is now an official part of the leadership team!...