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I’m a kinetic sculptor specializing in mobiles. I make handmade mobiles, large custom-made mobiles, 3D printed mobiles and kinetic sculptures.

Ever since I came across Alexander Calder‘s mobiles at the National Gallery of Art fourteen years ago, I’ve been fascinated with mobiles. At first I tried my hand at m… Read More
I’m a kinetic sculptor specializing in mobiles. I make handmade mobiles, large custom-made mobiles, 3D printed mobiles and kinetic sculptures.

Ever since I came across Alexander Calder‘s mobiles at the National Gallery of Art fourteen years ago, I’ve been fascinated with mobiles. At first I tried my hand at minimalistic wire mobiles. After receiving several requests for larger custom mobiles, what started as a hobby turned into a full-time occupation. Since then, I’ve designed and made a wide variety of retail mobiles, large custom mobiles, 3D printed mobiles (which appear to be the first fully 3D printed ones in the world), and kinetic sculptures.

My work has been featured at New York Fashion Week in Bryant Park, the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, and at commercial spaces, galleries, art shops, and (of course) private residences. I’ve contributed articles about mobiles for several publications such as Houzz and Make Magazine, and the 3D printed mobiles have been featured in Gestalten’s “Printing Things – Visions and Essentials for 3D Printing”. A series of three large custom mobiles I designed and made won 3rd Prize at the 2015 International Kinetic Art Competition, organized by KAO, the largest kinetic art and sculpture organization in the world, as part of the International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium in Boynton Beach, Florida.

I was born in Chicago and grew up in Switzerland. After New York City and Portland, Oregon, I now live in Richmond, Virginia with my wife and our two boys, where I work out of a work shop in the heart of the arts district. Read Less
3rd Prize Winner - 2015 International Kinetic Art Competition.

The competition is organized by the Kinetic Art Organization as part of the International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium in Boynton Beach, Florida. The Kinetic Art Organization was founded in 2001 and its database and archive is now the largest com… Read More
3rd Prize Winner - 2015 International Kinetic Art Competition.

The competition is organized by the Kinetic Art Organization as part of the International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium in Boynton Beach, Florida. The Kinetic Art Organization was founded in 2001 and its database and archive is now the largest compendium of Kinetic Art and sculptures information, photos and videos in the world. With over 1,000 members in over 60 Countries, they are also the largest kinetic art and sculpture organization in the world. Read Less
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