"A lifelong artist and creative, I earned a BFA in Theatre Design from the University of Kansas in 2004 and fell in love with visual art along the way. I dabbled in sculpture and mixed-media work until the day I inherited my grandfather Milt Horn’s set of leatherworking tools in 2009.
Once I picked up the mallet I never looked back.
Totally self-taught, I have spent years developing a one-of-a-kind visual art style defined by detailed illustration, rich geometric patterning, and sculptural folding of heavy full-grain cowhide. I hope my work has a playful self-awareness; tweaking traditional forms, winking at the medium itself, and reflecting on culture at large."