My work explores our relationship to land and has focused on climate change for the past 10 years. We’re on a path, continuing to alter our environment, yet we’re also altered by the land. As places change, our memories waver and shift, leaving only traces of lost environments. I’m interested in mapping and how we record places as they change, but also how these changes affect our psyches. I paint with energy, using brayers and brushes, and stamping with a variety of tools. My process combines painting and drawing with printmaking and collage. Outside of the art world, I have studied geography and cartography, campaigned for clean energy, and worked as a community organizer to improve water quality. These experiences influence my work.