i have always been fascinated with the structure of trees, the movements they can express and how the winds of time form them…i have sought to find a way to capture these movements and expressions so as to present a dialogue that entices the viewer to consider the uniqueness, the sentience, and to express the disconnect so prevalent in our culture towards nature…to allow the viewer to connect and feel, to look inward and see the wildness within us – the isolation one feels when they feel like they are the other – different.

our occupation of this land places intensifying demand on nature with each passing generation, and yet our connection to this wildness diminishes in lock step with its destruction, leading not only to an ecological tragedy, but a societal and spiritual one as well.