A series of photographs, handmade books, and videos created from the raw material collected by birds for nests at various sites throughout the western United States. (Below: Iowa Tallgrass Prairie)
Animal Passage
Animal Passage
explores the markings made by mule deer, elk and pronghorn along seasonal migration routes in Wyoming. The migration routes in this region are some of the longest terrestrial migrations in North America. They are made visible through Google Earth satellite imagery, but remain as unlabeled passageways, revealing themselves only as abstract markings on the land.

Habitat is a series of diptychs and triptychs of animal beds and game trails, decoding the landscape as a form of animal text.

Additional samples of work in progress, including work developed with support from the Jentel Foundation, the Center for Prairie Studies at Grinnell College, and the University of Wyoming.
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