My practice takes the form of collaborative installations, large-format murals, and 
individual works on paper, all within the context of environmental and human interraction.

My digital prints on paper are post-photographic explorations into Artificial Intelligence 
and various digital medium.  My photography practice has always been shaped by technology and I embrace the tension that digital materiality imposes on the narrative to redefine it and offer new questions for it.  These questions will be about context, appropriation of art, and the role that A.I. will play in my work going forward.

Early American and European landscape painting have influenced my ideals of nature, and weaving historical imagery into the work embeds a sense of nostalgia for it, but the ephemeral nature of digital art conveys an uncertainty in our environmental future.