36"x48" oil painting on masonite. Deals with transitioning from being a soldier to becoming a civilian.
That's my dog Dingo, who was a stray in pretty bad shape when we took her in.

Self Portrait. oil on masonite. Studio painting.

36"x48" oil on canvas. This is a painting of my unit, the 1st Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, staging to make the long drive
from Camp Doha, Kuwait to Anbar Province, Iraq. I wanted to look like camoflauge, but also like fire. It was important that the
individual forms merged together to be a single composition.

Commissioned mural piece for the opening of the Boulder Street Bridge, in Tulsa Oklahoma, that connects the
Brady Arts District to the rest of downtown Tulsa.

Large scale charcoal drawings of veterans. This one is about 36" x 60".

Another large charcoal drawing. Four pieces of paper are sewn together with fishing line to accommodate for scale.

A 20' x25' mural funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation in Tulsa, Oklahoma depicting the
Pearl District's mission to "Reinvent the Art of City Life."