I began painting murals when I was a senior at Alderson-Broaddus University. That particular project was a 3,000 square foot mural housed in the stairwell space of the Kemper-Red science building on campus. This mural encompasses all four levels of the stairwell and depicts the biological progression of life beginning with the periodic table of elements and transitioning to molecules, DNA, early organisms, aquatic animals, the rain forest, the dinosaur age, the evolution of birds, mammals, a dessert scene, jungle animals, a weather scene and culminating with a view of the solar system. I have since painted murals as community based initiatives and have a list of upcoming projects for summer 2016. To inquire about a mural project, either private or community based, please contact me.