JUNE 4 – JULY 8, 2018  – Salem Community College, New Jersey

Class will run from 9am – 5pm, with additional studio time from 5pm – 9pm

Less is More

This course is designed to accelerate your skill level into the “I didn’t know I could do that!” realm. You will be challenged to focus and actively problem-solve your technique alongside dealing with simple design problems in an intensive, easy to understand environment. From gathering to bubble set-up and finishing, the goal is to acquire an effortless “less is more” approach with consistency and quick output as a priority. 

Skill-building drills, teamwork, drawing, collaboration and hard work will reinforce methods employed. At the same time, through research, discussion and practice, students will solve design problems with a critical eye and make adjustments with newly acquired hand skill. This course is perfect for those that are looking to advance their hand skill, produce more in less time and have a strong interest in design.

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JUNE 25 – JULY 7, 2017  – Penland School of Crafts Bakersville, NC

Following Pittsburgh, I will be co-teaching with Nate Cotterman.

Back to the Drawing Board
Whether you want to be a studio artist, a production glass maker, or the fabricator of your own designs, the skill of bringing two-dimensional concepts into the third dimension will be integral to your success. This class will cover design basics and the tools needed to illustrate your ideas. We’ll use hand drawing, schematics, scale drawings in Illustrator, and 3d modeling in Cinema 4d to previsualize and problem-solve before making. Using our drawings, calipers, and classic glassblowing techniques, we’ll execute our ideas as close to scale as possible, look at them critically and adjust designs as needed. Code 03GA

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JUNE 19 – 23, 2017  [9am – 5pm] – Pittsburgh Glass Center
I will be co-teaching this class with Emrys Berkower.

Pulled It!
In this class we will explore and discuss various types of cane patterns and how they change and interact with various blown forms. There will be a focus on ratios, color, consistency, and control of pattern. Together, we will look beyond the basic steps of pulling and rolling up cane and closely examine subtle changes in technique and how it can dramatically alter results in patterns. We ask that you come to the class with an open mind, willingness to experiment and appreciation for failure. Some prior cane experience is required.

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SEPTEMBER 14 – OCTOBER 26, 2016  [6pm – 9pm] – Urban Glass Brooklyn, NY

This class is intended for the mid to advanced student looking to broaden their horizons and improve hand skills by way of the traditional Venetian goblet. With focus on teamwork, form and function, timing and garage work, students will leave the class with a better understanding of the material and how to assemble simple, as well as complex goblets.


June 3 – September 11, 2016  – The Pittsburgh Glass Center

Our newly launched lighting company KEEP will be participating in a grand chandelier exhibition, “Turned On: Lighting Hooks Up with Sculpture” co-curated by Heather McElwee and Susan Taylor Glasgow at the Pittsburgh Glass Center, which opens June 3rd. We will be making the work at PGC April 20th – 26th and will posting images of the process on Instagram @KeepBrooklyn. Check it out!

Lighting Show details here.



May 23 – 27, 2016  – The Cleveland Institute of Art


SATURDAY SEPT. 19, 2015  – Brooklyn Glass


Brooklyn Glass presents… HOT GLASS, COLD BEER A BROOKLYN GLASS STUDIO FUNDRAISER AND PARTY September 19th 7-11pm. Kick start Fall with a fantastic night around the fire at Brooklyn Glass. Watch live glass blowing, neon bending and flame-working demonstrations, while sipping on locally brewed beer.

More details + Tickets here

JUNE 26 – 29, 2015  [Friday thru Monday, 9am – 5pm] – Brooklyn Glass


This 4-Day intensive workshop will place equal emphasis on technique, aesthetics and function. Finely executed vessels will be transformed through interpretation and elaboration. Students will be challenged as finished works become the starting point for more complex pieces. The exploration of spouts, handles, blown feet and intricate bit work will lead us in altering both form and function.
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JULY 11 – 12, 2015  [10am – 3:00pm] – Urban Glass Brooklyn, NY


This class is intended for the mid to advanced student looking to broaden their horizons and improve hand skills by way of the traditional Venetian goblet.  With focus on teamwork, form and function, timing and garage work, students will leave the class with a better understanding of the material and how to assemble simple, as well as complex goblets.
Join me for a weekend of goblet making – Click here to sign up!


JANUARY 28, 2015  [7 – 9:30pm] – OSU


OCTOBER 3 – 6, 2014  [11am – 4pm] – Brooklyn Glass

I will be teaching another goblet class this fall – Threading the Needle: Precision Goblet Making.

More info here.


JUNE 30 – JULY 4, 2014 – Pittsburgh Glass Center

I will be teaching an intermediate/advanced goblet class with Nate Cotterman this summer at Pittsburgh Glass Center. Check it out – details at link below!

More info here.


FEBRUARY 20, 2014 – 2300˚F The Corning Museum of Glass

What could be better than drinks, live music and glassblowing?!
Come check it out from 5:30pm – 7:30pm in Corning, NY.

More info here.


OCTOBER 22 – 27, 2013 – GlassLab at Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris France 

I’m honored and very excited to once again work with the Corning GlassLab Design Program.
The Corning Museum of Glass partners with the Musée des Arts Décoratifs to present GlassLab, the Museum’s design program, in Paris. Free, public design performances with top French designers will take place in the Tuileries Garden, October 22-27, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day.
More info here.


NOVEMBER 7 – DECEMBER 19, 2013 – Urban Glass Brooklyn, NY

FROM CUP TO GOBLET – Intermediate to Advanced class

7 sessions, Thursdays from 6 – 10pm

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JUNE 3 – 14, 2013 – Pilchuck, Session 2



JUNE 30 – JULY 29, 2012 [11am – 6:30pm] – GlassLab at Governors Island, NY
I will be blowing glass every Saturday and Sunday on Governors Island through June 29th. The Corning Museum of Glass will once again partner with Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum to present GlassLab. We will be working with contemporary graphic designers included in the onsite exhibition Graphic Design – Now in Production, co-organized by Cooper-Hewitt and the Walker Art Center.

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Update: Photos of GlassLab can be seen here.


I will be teaching an 8 week session at Brooklyn Glass. Please click here for details and registration.


JUNE 8 – 10, 2012
I will be teaching a weekend workshop at 141 Penn Studios in LA.


APRIL 18 – 21, 2012
I will be a visiting artist at UWSP.


MARCH 10 – 11, 2012
I will be teaching a goblet making class at NOCA.


I’m honored to be teaching “Venetian Foundations” with Benjamin Moore this summer atPilchuck Glass School during session 5, from August 15 – 26, 2011.

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SEPTEMBER 16, 2010 – DECEMBER 22, 2010
The Robert Lehman Gallery at UrbanGlass

Transitions: Artists of UrbanGlass
Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Three of my pieces will be part of this group show. Check it out.


MARCH 10, 2010
I will be gaffing at Pilchuck this summer for session 2 with Joe Cariati. I will also be teaching a class, Contemporary Design Aesthetics: Challenging the Basics, with Mr. Cariati at the Pittsburgh Glass Center from July 26th – July 30th. For more info on the class, click here.