Terrence has been drawing for as long as he can remember. Being an artist is what he wanted to be when he grew up. There was never a plan B.
After getting a BFA in the mid 1990's, he moved to Minneapolis where he has been building a body of unique and thought provoking work while exhibiting at museum, galleries and universities throughout the United States. His work is also found in private collections all over the globe. He has found a really strong and creative community in Minneapolis with a supportive audience and ambitious, talented artists. Building upon this community, he has also been the gallery director of the Minneapolis Arts Collective, Rosalux Gallery, for the past ten years, helping other artists further their own careers.
A lot of Terrence's free time is spent walking with his dogs around his South Minneapolis neighborhood. He likes to roam about looking at the different houses, plants, people and whatever else they might encounter - just enjoying the moment and looking for something he might use in his work. Some of their favorite places to wander about are the gardens of Lake Harriet, the Lakewood Cemetery, and up and down Lyndale Avenue. He also likes to visit the Minneapolis Art Institute (where he particularly enjoys the Folk Art and Native American collections) to reboot his brain.