The incredible, ordered power in natural systems and organisms is the main thing that informs my work. I respond to the great beauty and delicacy that I see in the sky, the ocean and in the dirt. I construct abstracted wilderness landscapes of moving liquids, eroding patterns and growing forms in order to express my reverence for life. Often, my images assume visual characteristics of forms or phenomenon that I had not originally intended. I embrace this evolution and overlap because it reinforces my understanding of an interconnected world. I want my work to increase consciousness of and a connection to the fleeting, intense and sometimes frightful beauty that exists around us.