I make animated historical films. Some are about real people. Some are gleaned from the work of famous authors. I work closely with writers, scholars, and production professionals to create historically authentic art films and exhibitions.
My work recovers the stories of people with extraordinary pasts. For example I recently completed animations for a PBS documentary about a Sioux family whose patriarchs fought in WWI and Vietnam, toured with Buffalo Bill, and survived the Fort Robinson Massacre of 1879. The Dull Knife's are a family whose story remains largely out of the canon of western American history.
I've screened animations and have exhibited art at the Denver Art Museum, RISD Art Museum, Joslyn Art Museum, the Sheldon Art Museum, and at numerous film festivals across the US and abroad.