Colin's alternate biographical worlds are inspired by a hybrid interest in natural history, folklore and science fiction. The resulting sculptures, installations and stop-motion films often represent a collection of odd narratives colored by fantastical interpretations of nature throughout human history.

Recent exhibitions include:

 "Master of War"  A Merman I Should Turn to Be, 2017; curated by Brian Cirmo, Albany Center Gallery.

"Out of Site" Shadow of the Cave Deer, 2017; curated by Sharon Bates, Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood.

The Mechanical Bear and Thunderbird's Wilderness Dream, 2017. Artist-in-residence, Yeah Maybe Gallery in Minneapolis, MN, 2017.

In 2016, Colin launched Galleon as his artist-in-residence project at The University at Albany Museum of Art's “Future Perfect: Picturing the Anthropocene.  The installation was featured as a working studio and production set of the stop-motion science-fiction documentary film for the duration of the exhibit. https://www.albany.edu/futureperfect/

He has also exhibited at Mass MoCA Kidspace, Opalka Gallery Sage College, Albany Institute of History and Art, College of William and Mary and had a long- term installation Cormorants and the Whale (2012-2017) at Albany International Airport .  Colin works in the Studio Art Program at Middlebury College.