sensorium is a collection of species eradicated through the North American Megafauna Extinction. sensoria - the sensory apparatus of the body - are 3D-printed species made extinct through human intervention. Species consist of Columbian Mammoth, Giant Sloth, Short Faced Bear and more.
Exine stratification is a top-down view of the Rocky Mountains, designed as a six-part series. Elevation is an often unimaginable indicator of geological historic. This top-down view Rockies forces viewers to consider space and place, looking headlong at the amazing scale of this Alpine landscape.
Minerals are a brilliant indicator of the past. Mineral and geologic data inform percussion's artistic representations of Earth’s history. Each mineral present in a 150' deep vertical rock core sample of the Rocky Mountains. There are 60 individual, 5"x5" core visualizations that make up percussion.
19th Century wet plate collodion process, digital prints, 2017
capping is a series created using the Civil War era Collodion wet-plate process. Prints are shot on 4"x3" glass plates, cured in a silver bath, scanned, exposed, and printed at 10x magnification.
capping explores this 1860s process to explore digital influences and excessive human waste.
Using stereolithographic-3D printing I have created a mode for dialog around such issues of: human and biological compatibility, and how artists may use digital and 3D technology to help mediate interactions between humans and natural systems.
Heated Memories is a series of infrared-heat signature images taken 90 feet underground into Natural Trap Cave, in northern Wyoming, a protected fossil site managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
Each image has been augmented using openProcessing.org, an open source visual programming language, to explore how this preserved and protected ecosystem might look if freely disturbed and pillaged by people.