Portfolio Slides

Over the past few months I have spent a lot of time preparing applications for graduate school. Writing statements of purpose, fine-tuning resumes, seeking out letters of recommendation and of course putting my portfolio in his sunday best.  A lot of these projects I have posted, a few I have not. They are all staples and some of my strongest works. I spent a great of deal of time putting these together so I thought I would post the final slides I sent in.

Egg Scale Assignment:

Create an egg scale that accurately weighs different size eggs, utilizes two separate directions of motion,

resets itself to zero and is aesthetically pleasing as a sculpture in its own right.

3_EggscaleFinal

Dovetail Shelf

This was a shelf I built in high school wood shop to see how I could use the dovetailer for something other than a drawer end. So I made huge dovetails and put them vertically oriented into a tower shelf.

2_Dovetail_Shelf

The Honey Dipper Lamp

I made this for Follow the Honey, a specialty honey shop in Cambridge.

Honey_Dipper_lampnew2

Practiced pen Illustrations.

Illustrations_1

Mass Art Product Rendering

A couple slides from my continuing education product rendering course at Mass art last summer.

Massart_ID_Rendering_1

Mass Art slide 2.

Massart_ID_Rendering_2

Playscape

A playscape for a university courtyard in Denmark. This play structure is intended for adult use and is intended to intermingle the various study halls of students.

Playscape_final

The building based on the song raising the sail, by Philip Glass.

Find the song here, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4yK6r6meT0

(yes it was in the truman show)

Raising_the_sail

The wine decanter I made for Abby and Kevin’s wedding.

Wine-Decanter

The walking stick I made as a seven year old with the sharp edge of a boulder because mom wouldn’t let me use a knife. (circa 95′)

Walking Stick

Hope you like them.

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