Born in Trenton, NJ into a Ukrainian-German family, Hul grew up in the post-industrial climate of Trenton. With an affinity for soccer and sports, he had an early leaning towards studing sports medicine. However his work in various trades such a carpentry and masonry developed in him a love of craftsmanship and working with his hands. He has acquired over twelve years of foundry and casting experience at both the Johnson Atelier and at a small foundry in Arizona. In 2000, he was one of the crew tasked with building the armature for “Sue the Dinosaur” on display at the Field Museum in Chicago. In 2005 he earned his MFA in sculpture from Rutgers University’s Macon Gross School of the Arts.
9 × 19 × 16 in. (22.9 × 48.3 × 40.6 cm)