I’m a designer, sculptor and educator with a wide range of interests. I have a particular fascination with digital fabrication – the process of using computer driven tools to create. I use 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC routers, and robots – coupled with custom software I develop – to create my work. I enjoy woodworking, figure sculpture, electronics, drawing, and painting. I live in Ann Arbor, Michigan with my wife and son. I currently teach geometric modeling, digital fabrication and robotics at Taubman College at the University of Michigan. In the past I have taught at the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design.
Portrait of Michelina, Poplar, 7″ high. For more details on fabrication please see CNC Portrait Sculpt.
Stand for Four Guitars, Tiger Maple. For details on the creation of this piece please see Guitar Stands.
Torus Knot Table. 30 pieces dovetailed end-to-end. 22″ High, 30″ Diameter glass top. Poplar.
Hexagon Table, Quarter-Sawn White Oak. For information on the fabrication of this piece see Hexagon Table.
Slip Cast Vases, glazed porcelain, 9″ high. For more details on fabrication please see Slip Casting Update.
Origami Table, Quarter-Sawn White Oak, Cherry, Tiger Maple, Honduras Mahogany, Poplar. For information on the fabrication of this piece see Origami Table.
Finally Free, Acrylic on Canvas
Rocking Horse – Poplar, Basswood, Oil Paint
Confidence. Terra Cotta, paint. 24″ x 8″ x 16″
Still Life – Pastel, Lacewood
Below are some links to other sites which contain much more detail about my work:
Digital Fabrication for Designers