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.
Wet Plates ... get off my trash is a series of Wet-Plate Collodion process prints shot on 4"x3" glass plates, scanned, double-exposed, and printed at 10x magnification. Each print is 40"x30". Each print is a close look at human waste and explores discussions of human impact on local ecosystems.
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.
Assemblages: Panoramic is a visual celebration of the Rocky Mountain West's natural beauty, seen through a series of natural landscape reconstructions, created as multi-panel environmental vignettes.