Daily Practice


Images from Plural’s solo exhibition (which includes collaborative works from Jeremiah Chiu and myself).

Daily Practice
October 4 – November 1 / 2012
Salisbury University


Lumpen magazine: Issue 114, themed Crisis: Looking for Answers will be released this Friday, February 5, during the Save the Whale fundraiser at the Co-Prosperity Sphere (3219 S. Morgan). The magazine features Plural Design’s amazing creative direction and review of my solo exhibition Means Without End. It is free upon entry so be sure to pick up a copy.

Crystal Visions


Plural Design is in the process of creating my new website! Along with the launch I will be posting some new work from the series Crystal Visions. Here is a sneak peak of what is to come..

Plural turns 1


Come celebrate with Plural Design,
Friday July 2009
all night at The Whistler
2421 N Milwaukee Ave

In conjunction with the Milwaukee Ave Arts Festival,

They will be opening their new installation in The Whistler’s storefront window :

Plural’s site-specific interactive installation is a visual metaphor of The Whistler, consisting of two parts:
– a catalog / inventory of all the objects in the bar to be displayed in the front window
– an interactive light installation that will output different colors based on the average volume of the sound in the bar.

Over the course of the night, the color will fluctuate, allowing passerby’s to see how active the bar is.

Brian Ulrich


Brian Ulrich

My friend and colleague, Brian Ulrich has a new website with great new work and a new way to view photographs on the web. Nicely done Plural.

Plural has done it again! I am excited to announce that Plural’s website was selected to be part of the 2009 Communication Arts Interactive Annual.

Just finished a great collaboration between myself and Jeremiah Chiu from Plural using the photographs I documented for the (Con)Temporary Art Guide / Chicago. Part of the Bridgeport WPA poster collection: Version>09 Festival. The first in a series documenting the effect of the current economic crisis upon the arts community.

To see all the other posters made for this project, check out the exhibition this Thursday on the opening night of Version>09 Festival.

Thursday, April 23, 2009, 5pm – 10pm
Zhou B. Art Center
1029 W. 35th St.
Chicago, IL 60609

“The Bridgeport WPA is a cultural program that the federal government could instigate as part of their latest economic stimulus package. Inspired by Roosevelt’s New Deal cultural programs under the WPA (WORKS PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION) The Bridgeport WPA underscores the necessity for the support of artists and the idea of civic responsibility to the greater society. The projects unfold on the streets and on the walls of buildings in Bridgeport, the Community of the Future.

The accompanying exhibition, Bridgeport WPA Poster Project, examines work by artists who responded toour call for works! Silk-screened posters and maps to public works created for this project will be unveiled at the opening. Posters will be available for purchase and you can also find them throughout the neighbohood. Exhibition runs through May 2, 2009.”

– via versionfest.org