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My passion is art, though that's not what I went to school for. I graduated with a liberal arts degree from Harvard in Human Evolutionary Biology and Psychology, but have found that what really drives me is working with my hands to create images that explore tones, captures beauty, and transforms the familiar into… Read More
My passion is art, though that's not what I went to school for. I graduated with a liberal arts degree from Harvard in Human Evolutionary Biology and Psychology, but have found that what really drives me is working with my hands to create images that explore tones, captures beauty, and transforms the familiar into the extraordinary. I primarily work with oil paints, pencil and digital painting programs in order to create a range of image styles and subject matter, from the abstract and colorful, to the realistic and subdued. I'm challenged and thrilled by the artistic process and hope to inspire others with my work. I believe that art gives life meaning and want to make the world a bit more beautiful. Read Less
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Harvard College, 2008-2012

Bachelor's Degree - Human Evolutionary Biology and Psychology

While I did not concentrate in art, I did take some courses while at Harvard:

History of Art and Architecture: The Western Tradition - Art Since the Renaissance, Professor Henri Zerner

Visual and Environmental Studies: Wor… Read More
Harvard College, 2008-2012

Bachelor's Degree - Human Evolutionary Biology and Psychology

While I did not concentrate in art, I did take some courses while at Harvard:

History of Art and Architecture: The Western Tradition - Art Since the Renaissance, Professor Henri Zerner

Visual and Environmental Studies: Works on Paper, Professor Annette Lemieux

Visual and Environmental Studies: Painting, Smoking, Eating, Professor Matthew Saunders

Visual and Environmental Studies: Drawing into Painting, Professor Paul Stopforth Read Less
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