My work is a vehicle of exploration. A tool I use for locating, and connecting. I create temporary forms through interacting with nature, time, place and self, using materials found in nature or common manmade substances such as survey tape, twine, chalk, rope, or flour. These mutable forms are activated by the elemental forces of Fire, Water, Earth, Air, Space, Light and/or Time. I photograph process and results for later reflection and further work.
I weave between working inside and outside, between hearing a call or seeing an image in my mind and marking a response. My indoor studio work has included using fire as a marking agent on paper and drawing on photographs by scratching in the emulsion. I am interested in facilitating experience that provides entrance into deeper relationship with the world and self.