I am a third generation California and So Cal boy/man. From working class neighborhood to Redondo Union HS then El Camino College in the ’70’s, I’ve lived and loved the South Bay.
I was introduced to Papier-mâché as a student at RUHS by Art teacher Jack McClain, whose influence I still draw from.
Since that time, I have used and experimented with the papier-mâché medium and have applied my decades of a learned life to express my Artistic Vision.
My career in Babylon has ranged from artisan baking to glass blowing, a contractors license, multiple business owner, a Certificate from the UCLA Writers Program / Film.
Currently, I incorporate all manner of post consumer waste into 3 dimensional visual art pieces that embody my philosophy and aesthetic sense.
I live, play, and practice grateful behavior in Manhattan Beach with my wife and muse, Cindy Souther.