• I designed and created this mural with the help of the organization and friends of the MESBUR (Men's Emotional Break-Up Recovery Initiative space in Cork City, Ireland. The mural is called "Komorebi," the Japanese word for the phenomenon of looking up and seeing light beam between the leaves of a tree. This mural offers a visual metaphor for the uplifting, emotional work that happens in this facility space. All are welcome to use this space. Check it out at: https://www.facebook.com/mesburshandon
  • "Komorebi
  • I helped design and create this next mural with a volunteer organization in Thailand. The mural is backdrop to an upcycled plastic demon (not pictured) that this group of kids made. They were inspired to reduce and reuse the plastic in their environment by turning it into material for a conceptual sculpture that they conceived of themselves. The scenery for their plastic demon helped to convey our story about the demon rising out of the mountains of plastic in a landfill to come into our cities and villages to warn us about the dangers of single-use plastic. We adhered extra plastic pieces to the wall to create an extra 3D aspect to our mural, as well. 
  • Sourcing and adhering our single-use plastic to the mural wall