In the fall of 1999, I began seeking out opportunities to be the first to use new transportation systems, such as high-speed trains and bridges. It was only in the spring of 2000 that I realized that this “transportation pioneering” was the basis for a body of work.

Following this realization, I began assuming different personalities for each new adventure. Drawn from literary and historical sources, these personae celebrate the romance of explorations past.

In January 2003, we pioneered the new tunnel connecting the Mass Pike (I-90) with the Ted Williams Tunnel. We closed that year by being the final vehicle to soar over downtown Boston on the I-93 elevated highway. Exciting video footage of this feat will be posted shortly.



A full exhibit entitled, "The Museum of Transportation Pioneering" was on display at the Bromfield Art Gallery in the South End in the summer of 2001. A flash version of that exhibit will be posted soon.