Mathematical art is one of my favorite hobbies. I love re-imagining the world in a way that is a little more structured, much more symmetrical, and perhaps quite a bit surprising.

I often work with everyday materials such as spaper, hair ties, and sunglasses because these are materials that people connect with. This inspires interest in the pieces and helps to make the final objects more accessible.

My origami has been displayed at the Fuller Craft Museum, the Wiesner Student Art Gallery, the Origami USA convention, and the East Bay Origami Convention. I have displayed other artwork at the Bridges Art Exhibition.

You can find my latest work on my blog. Some of my older work is archived at the links below.