Interview with Make Magazine on making in Lithuaina: CLICK HERE.


With the simple material of masking tape, I have taught people all over the world techniques to transform their creativity into sticky sculptural shape.

I aim to empower people to know they are creative, inventive, and with a simple process of imaginitive tinkering they can make the ordinary extraordinary.

Shaping tape into sculptural forms is similar to 3D printing, but with fingers. The techniques allow for rapid-prototyping and the exploration of science, technology, engineering and mathematics through a simple artistic and creative process.

I’ve taught these techniques to people all over the world. Traveling to STEAM/STEM schools, maker spaces, maker faires, comic conventions, museums, and universities.

If you’re interested in bringing me to one of your events for workshops or to showcase artwork — please inquire via email.