I graduated from St. Olaf College in 1971, with a BA in art, concentrating on studio courses. I ended up working as an "ameoba farmer," raising protozoan and algae cultures for a biological supply company. This bit of work in biology inspired me to go back to school in fisheries science for a BS from the University of Minnesota, and I spent the next twenty years working with fish, mostly on Lake Superior. During this time, art was in the background, although I did work on my own projects, and I did a little professional illustration. Click for my current portfolio.

After moving to Morrisville, Pennsylvannia in 2001, I taught high school biology, most recently in Camden, New Jersey. One product of my teaching experience is a web site that I developed to teach students about habitat. If you are interested in tracking the movements of real wolves on an interactive habitat map, visit my wolf habitat web site.

My hobbies include fishing, snorkeling, listening for frogs, and hiking. I am co-author of Gooseberry Falls to Grand Portage, Ron Morton and Steve Morse, Rockflower Press, 2007. This is a walking guide to the hiking trails in Minnesota's North Shore State Parks. See the Rockflower Press site for more information.

I am now pursuing art for a living, making custom stained glass pieces. If you are interested in a stained glass window or panel, I will be very happy to work with you to design and construct it. I will make a sketch plan or plans from yuour ideas, and we can settle on a design that fits your budget, and the physical constraints of your site. Please feel free to contact me by phone at:


by snail mail at:

Sea Robin Glass Studio
440 Hillside Ave.
Morrisville, PA 19067

or by email