Print, Web and Environment Design




Architectural art, murals, window graphics, grand-format design

The Denny Sanford Premier Center opened its doors on September 19, 2014 after a series of remarks about the history of the building project itself. We had the opportunity to develop a large timeline display to tell that story. These images from the ribbon cutting show how the community came out to celebrate the opening.

Light sculpture (on mystery and love, with sorrow mixed in) created from selections of poetry written by people who have had experiences with hospice care. Ivy Oland of Oland Arts in Sioux Falls approached me with the concept of an outdoor lighted sculpture that would somehow feature the poetry created by people who have had […]

Each element of the Sanford Pentagon design was chosen to help viewers connect with basketball's rich history, both in South Dakota and around the world. We worked with the Sanford team to develop the hanging felt banners, the four large murals on the entrance ramps and sponsor signs to be displayed in the Heritage Court that supported and enriched the connection to basketball's history.

A combination of photographic backgrounds and etched plexiglass, our goal was to create a display that would be interesting and informative from a distance and up close, and compelling both during the day and at night.

For the main lobby of the new Sanford Heart Hospital, five unique floor tiles were needed, each one illustrating one of the hospital's five core values. Our designs were then etched in bronze to create the pieces shown here.

The Sanford Fieldhouse is a training facility used by athletes of all levels, from middle school to professional athletes. Our task was to create a set of pieces that would inspire and encourage athletes to push through the many and varied reasons that a person might find not to train.

There are two exhibition areas in the Sanford Pentagon: one to celebrate the current and rising stars of local basketball, and another to celebrate the heritage of basketball throughout the state.

The Boyce-Greeley, a renovated residential and commercial building in downtown Sioux Falls

Our Savior's Lutheran Church commissioned Ethiopian artist Eyob Mergia to represent the seven days of creation depicted in the book of Genesis. Mergia painted panels on a small scale which then needed to be installed on a grand scale in the form of 8 tile mosaics.