I am propelled by the idea of landscape being a non-fixed commodity, not tied to the notion of a specific place. If place can be fluid, then I believe our acknowledgment of this duality within landscape can be reflected in my work.

For landscape to be understood as fluid, while still considered a location, motivates my interest in the further extension of conceptual land based art. Elements of my work employ double exposure film photography, allowing me to document and layer multiple landscapes or places within one image, and in doing so, contest the assumption of landscape as a fixed location. Ultimately the images are made up of similar natural composites, and where they differ, the contrast evokes contemplation.