About

About

Negative space, made by human impacts on the natural world, informs my current work.

In November, 2018, the Camp Fire destroyed the town of Paradise, California.  This human-caused fire killed 85 people and untold pets and wildlife, burned over a million trees, and destroyed almost 14,000 houses, including my childhood home.

Using charcoal, ash, mud, and stone collected from within the burn area and graphite, I create installations that chronicle what was lost and the vacancies that were made while questioning permanence in a world where climate is changing.