The works on this site evidence a decade of contemplation about the relationship between humankind and its environment. Older works tour terrains and voids through the perspective of a misplaced organism. Some works from this time also touch on collisions between nature/the natural world and synthetic/human-made elements. More recent works compress and push the resonating human form, concealing it and revealing it within. And, finally, re-scape looks for multiple understandings of what could be either terrain or cosmic, land or sea, sky or land through flippable compositions, able to be understood from multiple orientations. The experimental process and contemplation behind these paintings can be linked to an ongoing personal curiosity about the ever-changing relationship between humans and organisms situated in a time of great environmental flux.