The work I make now is a continuation of the work I began making in
the Burren. It was there that I found a balance and state of wonder
that allowed for one of the most creative, productive and meaningful
times in my life. In that place where rocks seep like sponges and the
land is marked with erosion and entropy, I began to explore human
relationships with the landscape, using drawing and material as the
plane on which to pivot these observations.