Public Art & Outreach

Partnerships with Caltrans, City of Sacramento Office of Arts & Culture, City of Rancho Cordova, Jibe Natomas, Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association, Capital Dance Project, and Celebration Arts and St. Hope.

Becoming” Community Mural at Sacramento State

Art Activation for the Del Rio Trail

A grant from the City of Sacramento and Caltrans to make art that activates interest in the Del Rio Trail project. I designed a Trail Badge for each of the 6 neighborhoods along the trail’s path using input from the public!

We Breathe

Community driven imagery for two triptychs made from cut corten steel panels to be installed on Highway 99 at Mack Road. Highway beautification project for Caltrans Clean California program

Signage for Scottsboro Boys Stage Play

Wordless asides from the actors, these signs were used as props during the performance of Live From Death Row: The Scottsboro Boys at the Guild Theater.

Stage Sets for Capital Dance Project

It was a honor to collaborate on a piece with Isabella Velasquez about music and movement called In the Pocket for the Capital Dance Project. The final piece was three large mandalas of musical instruments mounted on free-standing poles, with which the dancers interacted in their performance.


Printathon sessions where folks can bring their own garment and select a block to stamp. Great for covering stains in your favorite old t-shirt or sprucing up some of those solid shirts.

Community Murals Sacramento

Community Murals Sacramento created a mural in each council district, with community input and help, within a year’s time. We painted two 40-inch-high strips on all four 34 foot wide spans. Many ladders and step stools were involved.

Go Boldly and Other Box Wraps

Partnerships with jibe Natomas and City of Rancho Cordova to beautify and build a sense of place by sprucing up electrical boxes around town.

Community-Built Native Plant Garden

In 2021, I wrote a grant for a Sacramento County grant to convert around 1000 sq ft of turf into a Native Plant Garden built primarily by volunteers.

Ring Through Installation

An art Installation for First Festival in 2017 about family, upward mobility, loss, sacrifice, hope and love.

Let’s Work Together

Have any questions? Let’s discuss new projects, creative opportunities, and how we can work together.