String Poet
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String Poet is a magazine focused on connections between music and other arts.  They recently did an interview with me and featured several pieces from my Music and Machinery Series.  My thanks go out to Professor Jean Kreiling at Bridgewater … Read More

Chemistry Views Interview
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I have an Interview in Chemistry Views.  They did not feature a portfolio of Art.  However you can see a corner of “Rube Goldberg abstract” in the headshot.   If you weant to see some of my Materials Science relevant art … Read More

Interview in “Art the Science”
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I have some News to share.  I recently did an interview with Art the Science that has now been published online along with samples of my abstract work.  You can read the interview here, and find out more about Art … Read More

Interview in Seymour Magazine
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I was recently interviewed by Will Kitson from Seymour magazine.  Seymour Magazine is published by Seymour Projects, a Paris based Organization dedicated to creativity and self-expression.  They have a special focus on Technology and how people connect and disconnect from … Read More

Show hits right note – News – Allston/Brighton TAB – Allston, MA
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Write up for “Song Cycles”, featuring my piece, “Logic” at the front of the piece.  Nice. Show hits right note – News – Allston/Brighton TAB – Allston, MA. Related articles Quiz – Allston-Brighton trivia 8 Great Late-Night Pizza Places in … Read More

Agave magazine, Winter/spring 2014 Issue
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I will have two pieces featured in the spankin’ new Agave Magazine, an art and literature Indy magazine.  Dreams of Awakened Souls will be on the cover, and Aspens will be featured inside the magazine. Related articles Agave Magazine Issue … Read More

Interviewed by Cynthia Reeser for Tampa Review Online
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The online Art and Literature journal “Tampa Review online” (or TRon) has published a very readable interview feature on my inspiration and work.  I was very pleased with Editor Cynthia Reeser’s questions.  They helped me to organize some of my … Read More

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