Muybridge Tides

Muybridge Tides In the 1800’s Eadweard Muybridge changed our understanding of the world around us by using still photography to illustrate movement. In response to his pivotal work, I rapidly submerge sheets of cyanotype paper along shorelines, creating a kind...

For Anna

Statement Made in homage to Anna Atkins, an amateur botanist who is most known for her cyanotype photograms of algae specimen, these works are camera-less cyanotypes made at the shoreline, where algae and debris from the landscape adhere to the photographic materials....

Tidal Charts

Day 0 Day 13 Day 24 Tidal Chart II: Daily NOAA Tide Predictions, San Francisco Bay, CA 02.12.18-03.31.18 hangs as part of my solo exhibition Imprint at Euqinom Projects. The piece evolves in response to the tides of the San Francisco Bay. There is one element for each...

Ecotone

Ecotone Statement “The area where two or more distinct habitats adjoin is called an Ecotone. Because it is a border zone where multiple sets of resources and opportunities become available, an ecotone tends to support greater biological diversity than either of the...

Littoral Drift

Littoral Drift Statement This work stems from my fascination with the nature of our relationships to the landscape, the sublime, time, and impermanence. Entitled Littoral Drift, a geologic term describing the action of wind-driven waves transporting sand and gravel,...