1. How and when you first met Harry Roseman - I first met Harry sometime in 1993 when he visited a friend of mine at Ferry House at Vassar to check-up on a project she had been working on. I eavesdropped on their conversation and decided that I too wanted to take sculpture class with Harry. After a year of basic drawing, I was able to sign up for his class which was eye opening to me as a non-art major. It took many years for me to process some of what I learned from his class.
2. A statement about your work and/or a brief autobiographical statement. - I am on a continuous quest to maximize my genetic potential. I am a scientist, turned musician, turned photographer, turned artist, turned entrepreneur and now in the process of turning into a psychologist, while leaving nothing behind.