Research Interests

My research, scholarship, and creative activity is predominately in the area of mathematical art. I write and speak about connections between mathematics and art. As an artist, I create art that explores mathematical themes such as symmetry, geometry, and number. I frequently give talks and exhibit my original art at both the Joint Mathematics Meetings and the Bridges Conference, the largest international conference on mathematical art. My piece Pi (shown below) celebrates the mathematical constant π, its relationship with the circle, and the infinitely many digits in its decimal representation.


I also have expertise in medical imaging. I spent about ten years working on a variety of research projects involving digital radiography, MRI, nuclear medicine, and x-ray computed tomography.

Information about my artwork is available at

Information about my publications is available on Google Scholar.

Here is my CV and my Artist Resume.