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Human beings like to make connections.

I believe we are mythmakers, storytellers, masters of seeing the similar. My work explores our tendency to find human narratives in nature and science. Explore selected projects below.

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Seven Strengths Series

Seven Strengths Series

We’ve all heard that in nature it’s “survival of the fittest.” But how often are...
Invisible Only to You

Invisible Only to You

Underwing Moths (Catocala) do more than hide from their predators. The moths usually blend seamlessly...
Love and Work

Love and Work

A re-visitation of an older image Wildheart, this piece explores an emotional headspace defined by...
Affection Series

Affection Series

We often associate butterflies with romance, but the complicated relationships butterflies have with each other...
Can I See You?

Can I See You?

Anatomically modern human, dated to ~21,000 BCE. Found in Italy. Two human fossils were found...
Ancestor Series: Steinheim

Ancestor Series: Steinheim

Homo heidelbergensis skull, dated to 250,000–350,000 BCE. Found near Steinheim an der Murr, Germany. This...
Justified Bodies

Justified Bodies

Objects not to scale. From left to right: Limestone carving dyed with red ochre, dated...
Community

Community

Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus): Monarchs are a migratory species of butterfly, traveling hundreds of miles...
Ancestor Series: Habilis

Ancestor Series: Habilis

About the Ancestor series: This is a series of works featuring human evolutionary ancestors and...
Insomnia

Insomnia

White Nose Syndrome is a disease affecting multiple bat species across North America. The disease...
Rage

Rage

Before prominent Western colonization, plants and animals adapted to frequent wildfires, with many coming to...
Wild Heart

Wild Heart

This is one of my most straightforward symbolic pieces. It came from a dark time...
“It Gets Better”

“It Gets Better”

Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata): A noxious invasive species in North America, garlic mustard grows and...