In high school I learned to screen print and in 2016 I took up the media again when I received several screens a friend was giving away. I create stencils digitally with GIMP and InkScape software or manually using Rubylith, then print short runs at home. My inspirations come from German Expressionist artworks in the public domain, band logos, Lunar New Year postcard exchanges, historical designs, and activism.

Selected Portfolio

Crow screens stuff sack

Small gray drawstring bag with a pattern of crows printed in black ink Small gray drawstring bag with a pattern of crows printed in black ink

Band logos

Band logo fan patches, black on white fabric, black on ink gray fabric, white on black fabric The Adarna band logo patches, two designs, black ink on white fabric test prints

German Expressionist reproductions

Reproduction of a woodblock print by Ottheinrich Strohmeyer, “Der Krieg” (War), published in Die Aktion 5.33/34 (21 August 1915), black ink on white fabric Reproduction of a woodblock print by Franz Marc, Tiger, published in Der Sturm 3.132 (October 1912), black ink on red fabric

Lunar New Year postcards

Two-color postcards for the lunar year of the red bird, original design, black and red ink on white paper; first state hanging to dry Two-color postcards for the lunar year of the red bird, original design, black and red ink on white paper; final state

Activism

Reproductions of an Occupy Seattle design, hand-cut Rubylith stencil Reproduction of an Occupy Seattle design, screen with transferred stencil design Reproductions of an Occupy Seattle design, black on red, white, gray, orange, and pink fabrics

Printing Rates

At present I am focusing on art conservation training and have low availability to print editions.