My sculpture and installations provide shelter, food, water or space for wildlife, as eco-atonement for their loss of habitat to human encroachment.
My current projects link communities from Canada to South America through our shared wildlife. Some raise human awareness of our trans-species relationship and harmonious ways to live that relationship in the landscape. When possible my projects are also designed with components of sustainable economic development for humans.
Research and consultation are essential to a project’s success. I prefer direct collaboration with wildlife specialists, environmental interpreters, landscape architects, and local people for design integration.
Most artworks function in the temporal gap between the time reclamation of damaged sites begins and the time nature recovers.