I am a Honolulu born, raised, and based sculptor. I studied studio art at Kapiolani Community College and the University of Hawai’i at Manoa, but the bulk of my knowledge has been informed through an apprentice and partnership with Kaili Chun that began in 2006.

My personal practice is based primarily in abstract wooden forms, using data and mathematics as the foundation structures to explore anthropological spaces. In collaboration and assisting Kaili Chun and other artists, I have explored a broader series of materials and forms while designing and producing larger installation art.

Work and Talks

Upcoming: June 2019 Kailua Makai Fest Group Show Treehouse Coworking

February 2019 Art One: Practice & Process   Panel Discussion   G70 Cafe

July 2018 Selections from CONTACT ZONE  Group Show   The ARTS at Mark’s Garage

May 2018 G70 Art Exhibition, 2018   Group Show   G70 Offices

April 2018  CONTACT ZONE   Juried Group Show   Honolulu Museum of Art School

Work as Assistant/Collaborator

March 2019   Net_work for Kupu   Kaili Chun and Nicholas Bright   Ho’okupu Center

Design, production design, build, and installation

February 2018   Kaiaola   Kaili Chun   G70 Cafe

Production design, prototyping, build, and installation

March 2017   Artist Talk with Kaili Chun and Collaborators, “Hulali i ka lā: The People’s Project”   Prince Waikiki Hotel

An event for the 2017 Honolulu Biennial

March 2017   Muliwai   John Koga, Lawrence Seward, Kaili Chun, and Nicholas Bright   Prince Waikiki Hotel

Production design, data management, build, installation

February 2017   Artists of Hawai’i: Net_work   Kaili Chun and Hongtao Zhou   Honolulu Museum of Art

Design and production design, build and installation

December 2016   Hulali i ka lā   Kaili Chun with Nicholas Bright   Prince Waikiki Hotel

Production design, prototyping, digital design, community volunteer teaching and management, data management, build, and installation

November 2011   I Keia Manawa: Veritas   Kaili Chun   Maui Arts & Cultural Center

Build and installation

June 2006   Artists of Hawaii: Nau ka wae   Kaili Chun   Honolulu Academy of Arts

Build and installation