Malcom has spent the past 20 years as a glass artist. In 1996 he branched off to pursue work as youth educational director for a rual Community Supported Agricultural farm returning to Minneapolis as a program director for Youth Farm and Market Project in 1998.
In 2000 he returned to glass full time. He has retained a unique way of connecting with students and engaging them in the very thing he loves – experimenting with color, pattern and light.
Malcom is interested in working with all age groups on projects that range from one day “seminars” to ongoing public art projects. In schools, he enjoys working with art and classroom teachers toward educational goals they have for their students.
Recently Malcom has also become interested in residencies pertaining to Art and healing in healthcare settings as well as in his studio.