My cross disciplinary work and research focuses on rethinking systems of recording and representation in an attempt to observe invisible presences and traces, that remain from various scientific investigations, industrial pursuits, nuclear experiments, military tests and other human interactions with the earth’s surface. Much of my work focuses on site specific, experimental modes of sensing -– that is I rethink the apparatus for observing and recording based on what it is I hope to record.
As an educator I focus on how interdisciplinary art practices intersect with disciplines outside of art including physics and ecology. Much of my pedagogical research involves issues surrounding the Anthropocene. When advising I am interested in helping students find connections in their work, to find strengths that may otherwise be overlooked as a way of defining relevant interests, processes, materials and research. I am excited to work with students from all disciplines and backgrounds.