My practice takes the form of post-photographic installations, murals, and works on paper that explore the boundaries where nature and humanity compete.

I live on a nature preserve in New York state which has a wildness to the geography. Vines out of control choke great trees; invasive plants spill over paths and encroach on native ones. Over the years, I observe shifts in the landscape that tell an immediate story of our climate’s rapid reshaping. In the work, I incorporate historical imagery from Early American and European landscape artists such as Thomas Cole. The images explore a hypothetical natural world that blurs the boundaries between nature and culture, and unsettles the narrative of humanity as in control.