Early work Worked with scientists. Scientific illustration for Science magazine done by hand with rapidograph pen and ink, french curves, a ruler and a leroy lettering set. Freehand pencil drawing of this time-of-flight scattering and recoiling spectrometer (TOFSAR) from the actual machine which filled half a room. It appeared (small) in October 1990 Science magazine.Illustrated this first edition of Symmetry in Chaos, by mathematicians Martin Golubitsky and Ian Stewart. Second edition now available on Amazon.comMy conception of the Space Vacuum Epitaxy Center’s Wake Shield, a painting that was featured in a press conference and various NASA publications. Drew some editorial cartoons and illustrations. Created some sculpture, choreography, painting and fine art. The Screamer bronze sculpture 1995 The Dreamer bronze sculpture 1993 Choreographed several of my own works. Was featured in American College Dance Festival in early 90s. Referenced Ranger Greg Dodge photos to create this Museum of Life and Science wetland mural. Visitors, mainly kids, helped color it in with acrylic glazes. Church mural 17′ x 5′. Worked with youth group and asked them how Christ fits in with the contemporary landscape.