The core of my creative process is rooted in my interaction with and interpretation of our natural world. This connection both, shapes and affects my existence, identity and wholistic place in the world. In the current climate where many don’t believe that ecology has relevance in contemporary society, I find myself continually returning to those aspects which describe or define the transformative connections between humans and ecology. My work ranges in context and represents my fascination with the intersection of aesthetics, science and physicality and performance of methodology.
While exploring process, genre and context I deconstruct these practices to the most essential components in order to investigate the visual representation of the lingering yet ephemeral trace of human contact with nature. I am using materiality to activate material relations, to make the intangible visible.