This page has work outside of the current categories, studio shots, and whatever else I feel like posting.

3/18/15--I've been playing with photoshop a lot lately after digitizing some sketches for a business logo. Here are some things that materialized...

 

 

Chemistry-related work (2014)--

Chromatography, 2013. Porous stoneware tiles were put into water soluble materials (here sugar and copper chloride). The dissolved material moves through the porous ceramic and recrystallize as the water evaporates.

Chromatography, 2013. Porous stoneware tiles were put into water soluble materials (here sugar and copper chloride). The dissolved material moves through the porous ceramic and recrystallize as the water evaporates.

Enantiomers, 2014. Flashing stoneware imprints of my left and right hands. Illustrates the chemical concept of chirality--molecules that have non-superimposable mirror images (called enantiomers). Although they are made up of the same atoms, the molecules drawn are distinctly different in 3-dimensional space, and therefore act differently in biological systems that have chiral receptors. The molecules drawn (the compounds that create the smells of caraway and spearmint, which can be passed around in vials in a lecture hall), are one of the first examples in an organic chemistry class to introduce the concept of chirality.

Enantiomers, 2014. Flashing stoneware imprints of my left and right hands. Illustrates the chemical concept of chirality--molecules that have non-superimposable mirror images (called enantiomers). Although they are made up of the same atoms, the molecules drawn are distinctly different in 3-dimensional space, and therefore act differently in biological systems that have chiral receptors. The molecules drawn (the compounds that create the smells of caraway and spearmint, which can be passed around in vials in a lecture hall), are one of the first examples in an organic chemistry class to introduce the concept of chirality.


Thought I should show some older wheel thrown work (2010-2012) --