I have created 3 Commissions for The City of New York. At the Brooklyn Navy Yard “The Brooklyn Navy Yard Park” and the "Railroad Track Bike/ Motorcycle Racks". I have repuposed the History of the Yard into these two projects. My sculpture "Rail Riders' Throne is in the MTA permanent collection. It is located on the downtown platform at 116th Street on the #1 line. My work has been exhibited internationally and is in private and public collections. I have been teaching Drawing at Parsons and The New School of Public Engagement for many years. My courses include "Drawing at the Met" and "Drawing in New York City". I am currently an Associate Part-time Professor at both Parsons and NYIT. In 2014 I have been teaching in the Fine Arts Department of Brooklyn College.
Chapter. The “Brooklyn Navy Yard Park” is featured in the Fall 2013 edition of Oculus magazine, published by the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter. The “Rail Bike Racks” are also mentioned as contributing to the strong presence of sustainability and greening in the Yard.
“Along the Way”: MTA Arts for Transit, second edition, published by Monarelli Press
“Art on Site”, The Best Art Walks In and Near New York City, Rail Riders’ Throne featured in this book, published in 2013.
Featured in Americhem Consumer Color Trend Forecast. 2013/2014.
The "Park" is currently featured on the Pittsburgh Corning website. Below is the direct link. I used their product in a unique way.
Drawing Basics (Open Campus)