Space art displayed at Spacefest X in Tucson, Arizona.
Space art displayed at the 233rd Meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Seattle, Washington.
Space art displayed at ASF Space Rendezvous in Houston, Texas.
Space art displayed at Spacefest IX in Tucson, Arizona.
Logo created for the National Association of Rocketry "Pay Forward" fundraising campaign.
Space art displayed at Spacefest VIII in Tucson, Arizona.
Space art debuted at Spacefest VII in Tucson, Arizona.
LEAP logo design created for Lindbergh Prize launch.
Selected as finalist for the U.S. Mint's 2019 Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Commemorative Coin design competition.
Accepted into the International Association of Astronomical Artists.
Space Shuttle patch design selected as a finalist in NASA's Space Shuttle Program commemorative patch contest.
Advanced Animation, University of Washington, 2006
Certificate in Game Animation, University of Washington, 2004
B.S. Aerospace & Ocean Engineering, Virginia Tech, 1983
International Association of Astronomical Artists (IAAA), Artist Member, 2016
Elected to IAAA Board of Trustees, June 2020
Thirty-four years of engineering experience in aerospace conceptual and preliminary design
Knowledge-Based Engineering application development for conceptual and preliminary design of commercial airplanes and military helicopters
Development of multi-disciplinary design and analysis processes, tools, MDA/MDO framework
Experienced teacher of scientific, technical, and aviation and space related historical subjects
Museum Educator and Lead Educator for Rocket Science, Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA, 1999-2002
Volunteering at Seattle's Museum of Flight, 1997-2009
Volunteer science teaching for grades 3 through 8, 1998-2017