The incredible, ordered power in natural systems and organisms is the thing that informs my work. I respond to the great beauty and delicacy that I see in the sky, the water and in the earth. I invent landscapes that often use moving liquids, eroding patterns and growing forms to express the awe that I experience in life and observation. Often, my images assume visual characteristics of forms or phenomenon that I had not originally intended when I began working. I embrace this evolution and overlap because it reinforces my understanding of a world that is endlessly complex and interconnected. I want my work to increase consciousness of and a connection to the fleeting, intense and sometimes frightful beauty that exists around us.