The majority of my life was spent in the Pacific Northwest. My earliest memories developed on the outskirts of forests and farmlands. However little exposure I had to artistic practice, I began drawing and painting at a relatively young age and built strange objects out of scraps found around my grandfather’s woodshed. My current art investigations overlap dialogues concerning nature, humans and technology, utilizing natural material to reconstruct three-dimensional pixelations of original forms in inverted forensic analyses. Outdoor site-specific installations use up-cycled dead tree waste where sculptures are reclaimed by natural cycles and performances inherent to nature.