A month or so ago, the folks from American Craft came to Public Glass (where my studio is located) for a photo shoot.  The focus of the shoot was to highlight the work of the artists and designers (mostly clothing) who show in their retail shows, using the glass studio as a backdrop.  (I...
Much of what I make is fairly large so it's nice to take a break from the hot & heavy stuff and make cane cups.  There's literally no limit to the design possibilities in glass so cups are a great place to experiment with colors, patterns and different palettes.  Since glass color...
I chatted with Monca Moses, the editor in chief of American Craft Magazine over an hour or so about a wide range of topics.  It started as an overview of my background in glass but quickly got into more interesting and timely areas including the evolution of my work through Bloom, the role of...
I often work with designers and galleries on commission projects where the client may like the style of my work, but have a specific size or color requirement.  Virtually all of these projects are good fun and it's nice to be challenged in either form or design by collaborating with someone...
Sonny of Stewart Fine Art worked with me on a large Allegro that a client wanted specifically for their new home in Miami. The niche is quite large as the glass is 55" tall and all rests on a custom fabricated 20" x 30" brushed stainless steel base.  
If you're walking towards the reception desk in the brand new Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong, you'll see two very large Foglios in custom made alcoves.  They were really challenging to make this large but came out great.