Visual Artist

The Span


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The Span (2015)
PVC tape, polyester film, two-channel video projection
Dimensions variable

Evening-length Multimedia Dance Performance
March 4th and 5th, 2015 @ Sky Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Produced by Gowanus Art + Production
Choreography by Brendan Duggan and Mallory Lynn in collaboration with the performers
Installation and Projection by Carmen Osterlye
Videography by Jake Saner and Jesse Rosenberg
Music by Hannah Epperson, Gabriel Medina, and Machinefabriek
Lighting Design by Nicole Gross
Performed by Kacie Boblitt, Amy Moore, Matthew Ortner, Holly Sass, Shelby Terrell, and Dan Walczak



Apophany (2014)
Found furniture, polyester film, four-channel video projection
Dimensions variable

The Glass House at The Invisible Dog

Apophany is an immersive video installation that explores the cross-section of cultural and biological metamorphoses. It is a dynamic examination of the speed at which the world around us moves; time outside of itself.

PRINTS (available for sale upon request)


Eros Oscuro (2014) Digital C-Print flush-mounted to Acrylic 24″ x 18″




Hither Oscuro (2014) Digital C-Print flush-mounted to Acrylic 24” x 18”




Amistad Oscuro (2014) Digital C-Print flush-mounted to Acrylic 18” x 24”




Channel Oscuro (2014) Digital C-Print flush-mounted to Acrylic 18” x 24”

Clear Eyes Full Hearts

Clear Eyes Full Hearts (2012)
Wood, spray paint, twine
Dimensions variable
Collaboration with Sarah Sandman

Den of Blossomy

Den of Blossomy (2013)
Found furniture, paper, two-channel video projection
Dimensions variable

On exhibit at The Wassaic Project June 16 through September 2, 2013
Behind the Scenes:


Art Forum
Duchess County Arts Council
The Poughkeepsie Journal
The Millbrook Independent
The Millerton News
The Blue Suitcase
AV Network
Commercial Integrator


The Touch (2013)
Digital print
70cm x 50cm
Edition of 10 (available for purchase through The Wassaic Project)


Iris (2013)
Digital print
70cm x 50cm
Edition of 10 (available for purchase through The Wassaic Project)


Channel (2013)
Digital print
70cm x 50cm
Edition of 10 (available for purchase through The Wassaic Project)


Amistad (2013
Digital print
70cm x 50cm
Edition of 10 (available for purchase through The Wassaic Project)


Monarch Hands

monarch hands (2012)
projection mapped video installation
electrical tape, mapped video projection
10’ x 10’
march 2012
monarch, san francisco

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Mobile Supply Unit

nice collective: mobile supply unit (2011)
video installation
found images of scientific research and military
16:9, high-definition video displayed on 3 flat screen TVs
2min 37sec (looping)
san francisco
december 2010 – october 2011

Golf games

If you want to learn how to play golf, you have to begin by golfing the right way.

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Whether you’re a beginner or a master, the right way to go about the game is to begin by practicing the game itself.

I know it sounds simple, but it’s actually surprisingly easy. I had a really hard time explaining it at first.

But once I got started, and once I had a few lessons under my belt, I was able to explain it to all of my students, and they all had the same idea.

The easiest way to start a golf lesson is to understand the fundamentals of golf, for this, I suggest to practice golf at home with a simulator first. 

If you’ve never played golf before, then the only thing you really need to do is to start by reading this article.

Then, you need to practice a few holes.

The very first thing you should learn is how to putt.

And after you’ve putted for a few rounds, you can move on to making your swings.

If you can master the fundamentals of putting, then you should also start putting from a short putting line. Once you’ve mastered putting, you can practice your own putting stroke.

There’s another type of golf course that I’ve been putting on as I’ve written this book. I call these courses “Sneaky”.

Now, if you have ever played golf, then you’ve probably noticed that most golf courses have a central path running through the middle of them. This path is called the fairway, and it’s made up of green area and woods. A Sneaky golf course has a center path that is just a little shorter than the fairway, so the greens are really short and shallow. But instead of a fairway, the Sneaky Golf Course has three straight fairways running in from the center of the course. Instead of greens, they have a ditch that is lined with trees.

When I am putting on a Sneaky golf course, I make a practice putting stroke on the center of the fairway with the shaft pointed straight down, and the club face tucked up a bit. On the long fairways, I stroke slightly left, straight down, to give my body the proper momentum for launching the ball. As I strike the ball, I make a quick step to the right to catch the ball and push it out to the right. For a more detailed description of how to play a Sneaky golf course, see this article.

Putting The last step of the golf game, the putting stroke, is a little bit different. When you hit the ball, the clubface is turned so that you are hitting the ball over the target and down into the fairway, the distance you target with the putter in the game.