Tuesday, April 6, 2021


utilizing my reproductive organs I to explore impositions of womanhood--a cultural concept--on my female body.


Koa cuts

womanly 'vice

you should learn to sew--it's a good thing to do when you're pregnant--Mother

it's nice you're studying Entomology--you'll get married and have a family one da--Entomology Professor


fertile grounds

Saturday, March 20, 2021

the COVID mask

Last year, this waste began cropping up in landscapes like an invasive weed. 

original negative scan

5 10x10" matte giclee prints mounted on panel

Central District, Seattle, WA

community (color negative)

206 (B&W negative)

heart-center (color positive)

who's playing/caution:broken heart (color negative)

sluggish (digital)


Monday, May 4, 2020

botanical Seattle
in-film collages

Lilac/Lower Queen Anne

Clover/South Lake Union

Dahlia/Cherry Hill


Zinnia/Judkins Park


Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Sunday, December 3, 2017

1 w/o the other
Manufactured Untruth
CASP 5&J Gallery
Lubbock, TX
Dec 2017

People and this planet are inextricably tied. To have one without the other is something we cannot know.

People have changed the environment with their objects and waste. This realm of the environment is called the technosphere. The technosphere now surpasses the mass and biodiversity of the rest of the living world. 

The Van Dyke brown and cyanotype are historical photographic processes, now called alternative. Both will fade over time, the blue cyanotype before the brown Van Dyke.

In 1 w/o the other I take advantage of the ephemeral qualities of these processes to make images about the role of people in the environment. I’ve created images in which one thing disappears, leaving the other—momentarily. Without people, or without the rest of nature, the earth would be something entirely different. Rather than propose a future, I question which will go first, people or the rest of nature.