The Finish Line

The Finish Line

There is no greater feeling of exhilaration and exhaustion as when you cross the finish line of the Boston Marathon! This painting was the final of 5 Boston Marathon "checkpoint" paintings I created for AT&T to display at their Boylston Street store. They were also featured on the AT&T social media alerts during the 2016 marathon!

Framingham Train Station

Framingham Train Station

This painting depicts the 10k mark of the Boston Marathon. As you run through Framingham crowds and momentum begin to grow! This painting was the first of 5 Boston Marathon "checkpoint" paintings I created for AT&T to display at their Boylston Street store. They were also featured on the AT&T social media alerts during the 2016 marathon!

Wellesley College Scream Tunnel

Wellesley College Scream Tunnel

As you run by Wellesley College your sprits are lifted by screaming college girls holding outrageous signs! This painting was the second of 5 Boston Marathon "checkpoint" paintings I created for AT&T to display at their Boylston Street store. They were also featured on the AT&T social media alerts during the 2016 marathon!

The Newton Hills

The Newton Hills

As a former resident of Newton Corner I have spent many hours running up and down the Newton Hills on Comm Ave but nothing seems to prepare you enough for when you reach them at mile 19 of the Boston Marathon. This stretch concluding with Heartbreak Hill makes Boston the tough course that we love! This painting was the third of 5 Boston Marathon "checkpoint" paintings I created for AT&T to display at their Boylston Street store and on their social media alerts during the 2016 race.

Kenmore Square

Kenmore Square

The view of the iconic Citgo sign as you reach 40k of the Boston Marathon lifts everyones spirits! This painting was the fourth of 5 Boston Marathon "checkpoint" paintings I created for AT&T to display at their Boylston Street store. They were also featured on the AT&T social media alerts during the 2016 marathon!

Herford & Boylston

Herford & Boylston

This paintings depicts the iconic last turn of the Boston Marathon. This painting was on display at the Right on Hereford, Left on Boylston store on Newbury Street during the 2016 Marathon. Prints are currently for sale at their online shop www.rightonlefton.com

Heartbreak Hill- Boston Marathon

Heartbreak Hill- Boston Marathon

I made this painting after running the Boston Marathon in 2014. I was overwhelmed by the love and support of the fans and the city as a whole following the tragedy of the 2013 race. This race depicts the climb up the Newton Hills leading up to the finish line in downtown Boston.

Crossing the Finish LIne (1 of 7)

Crossing the Finish LIne (1 of 7)

These paintings are made from the silver cape they gave me after finishing the 2014 Boston Marathon. I wanted to express the joy and exhaustion of finishing the marathon in these works.

Crossing the Finish Line (5 of 7)

Crossing the Finish Line (5 of 7)

These paintings are made from the silver cape they gave me after finishing the 2014 Boston Marathon. I wanted to express the joy and exhaustion of finishing the marathon in these works.

Crossing the Finish Line (6 of 7)

Crossing the Finish Line (6 of 7)

This series of paintings is made from the silver cape they gave me after finishing the 2014 Boston Marathon. I wanted to express the joy and exhaustion of finishing the marathon in these works.

Running at the Fells

Running at the Fells

This painting was inspired by many lovely runs through the Middlesex Fells just north of Boston. I hope my use of abstraction captures the feeling of running quickly on the trails through the forest in fall.

Racing by the Charles

Racing by the Charles

I made this painting to reflect the brutality and excitement of training for the Boston Marathon. Often in horrific weather- it is truly incredible how many people you find training along the Charles River all winter long!

The Home Stretch-Boston Marathon

The Home Stretch-Boston Marathon

I made this painting in 2014 as a response to the negativity that was surrounding the marathon after the 2013 bombing. I hope that it will help bring the joy back to the Marathon and help the city heal.

Boston Marathon 2013

Boston Marathon 2013

I made this painting as an outlet after running the Boston Marathon in 2013. Thank god for painting! I hope that others find solace in the piece as well.

My Biggest Fan

My Biggest Fan

My dog Lola waiting for me to run by! She always wants to run with me.

Training for Boston

Training for Boston

An iconic view of runners training for the Boston Marathon along Commonwealth Ave in the midst of a snow storm

Running the Truro Dunes

Running the Truro Dunes

Snowy Sunset Run

Snowy Sunset Run

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