I am a designer/artist specializing in the creation of work for use in liturgical settings. This means that the majority of my work reflects the seasons, themes, and colors of the Christian liturgical calendar that enriches the worship life of many churches, parishes, and congregations.
My sources of inspiration include sacred texts, hymns, prayers, and liturgical settings, as well as the theological reflections and insights that emerge on the course of my own faith journey. My designs are informed by academic degrees in journalism and theology, extensive studies in art and surface design, and experiences as a parish pastor and published author.
For many years, my art practice was focused on projects commissioned by churches and religious agencies. Since discontinuing my commission practice, I have focused on the development of digital designs for use in a variety of applications, including three collections of liturgical banners and the creation of collections of (free) visuals to support congregational worship for the liturgical seasons. I also conduct video interviews with liturgical artists for the Center for Church Music, contribute articles to journals and magazines, and continue to create exploratory work.
I invite you to learn more about my ministry in the arts by perusing this website. The most reliable source of up-to-date information about my practice is my periodic e-newsletter, to which you may subscribe HERE.