Way beyond honored to be included in the Reverting to Type 2020: Protest Posters Exhibition at Standpoint Gallery in London, UK. The project was organized and curated by New North Press, and is “an exhibition of approx. 200 contemporary letterpress protest posters from 105 artists in 16 countries. These are artworks with something to say: sounding a warning signal about the global climate crisis, railing against fake news and surveillance capitalism, calling out racism, sexism and fighting for equal opportunities and, of course, reacting to the coronavirus pandemic.” Continue Reading Post

Baseman Does Ham Hang

October, 2020

Was completely honored to co-host the popular Zoom gathering of letterpress printers and type aficionados and enthusiasts, “Ham Hang,” produced by the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum. Continue Reading Post

During Summer 2020 I was fortunate to be able to spend a three week residency as Artist/Designer/Printer-in-Residence at the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. If you have read this far on this blog you will recognize mention of Hamilton, as I have visited the Museum several times. But this time, with the support of a Faculty Completion Grant from Thomas Jefferson University, I was able to visit and work at this incredible, amazing facility for three weeks. Continue Reading Post

We were completely honored and humbled to be among 25 designers and printers worldwide invited to design and print a “birthday gift” letterpress poster to celebrate and honor the twenty-fifth anniversary of the wonderful Tipoteca Italiana Fondazione Museum in Cornuda, Italy. Continue Reading Post

Honored to have work included in the New Impressions 2020 exhibition produced by the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum of Two Rivers, Wisconsin. The letterpress print, “50 States,” produced during Summer 2019, was selected to be included in the exhibition. Continue Reading Post

During this strange times inwhich we live with the novel Coronavirus Covid-19 creating a global pandemic and keeping many of us shut indoors for a three-month period, this term “We are all in this together,” began to take hold as a sort of mantra to try to keep all of our collective spirits up during this difficult time.Continue Reading Post

Plebeian Feature Friday

January, 2020

Completely humbled and honored to be featured on the Plebeian website with a long-form interview. Many huge thanks to Forrest Hines of Plebeian, who I met at Phila MRKT2019.Continue Reading Post

New Impressions 2019

March, 2019

So honored to have work included in the New Impressions 2019 exhibition produced by the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum of Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Continue Reading Post