I was born in NYC on August 29, 1969. Raised in the Southwest and Midwest by two strong willed creative parents that didn’t live together. One parent a skilled painter and the other a trained architect, I often used to say that I landed smack in the middle as a sculptor. Once on my own I set out to educate myself in the fine arts and in the metal fabrication field. Currently I am the owner of EWS3D LLC, a high end architectural metal fabrication company. EWS3D has fabricated jobs for clients such as Yale and Quinnipiac University, Starbucks and Subway, Architects such as AvroKo, Joeb Moore and Sidnam Petrone. EWS3D’s work has been published widely in periodicals such as New York, Interior Design and Architectural Review. EWS3Ds work has also been published in many books on design.
As an artist I have shown my work continuously since the late 1980s. My sculpture has been shown and represented by galleries in New York, New Haven, the Berkshires, Cape Cod and on Long island. Among my most notable achievements are being commissioned to make a large outdoor sculpture for The Yale Humanist Community, Marriott’s Fairfield Residence Inn in downtown Brooklyn NYC and having a piece in Duxbury Massachusetts Ellison Center for the Arts permanent collection.
During my time in Connecticut I have partnered in owning and running a gallery. I have also spent time teaching sculpture at the Creative Arts Workshop in New Haven, CT and being the director of the sculpture program at Buck's Rock Performing and Creative Arts Camp in New Milford, CT. I am currently the Vice Chairman of the East Haven Arts Commission.
For the last thirteen years I have lived on the shoreline in Connecticut with my partner, the mother of our two children and our three dogs. I enjoy vegetable gardening, growing berries, making jam and working on our house.