"I am influenced by the physics of nature and mathematical formulae used to describe them," Mike told us. "But in such a strict and logical discipline, I also see the inexplicable, seemingly random, and beautiful occurrences which push my art in a likewise direction."
During his time at Better Farm, Mike helped out with finishing touches on our greenhouse, setting up the farm stand each morning, collecting crops from the garden daily, and taking care of our chickens Henrietta, Sissy, and Scarlet. He also proved extremely valuable as a Better Farm ally during Bill Johnston's Pirate Days in Alexandria Bay.
Say it he did! Last Friday Mike followed a sunset dinner on Butterfield Lake with an outdoor concert at Better Farm featuring his compositions. It was the perfect conclusion to a great couple of weeks having Mike on board at the Farm. Best of luck to him and his musical career!