My work maps time and weight in relation to landscape and the environment. I combine a variety of materials to create drawings, paintings, and sculptures that address cycles of life, decay, and reclamation. The work attempts to highlight and alter impressions of time and (im)permanence. I ask the viewer to consider the implications of human mark-making and erasure in relationship to nature, conservation, and (re)development. Nature is changed by human impact — it is now and forever, and never. My work is about the life and breath of the earth.