Works on paper, 2016
As one fascinated by the things we cannot see, I seek to observe moments happening in the periphery of our experience: A cloud casting a shadow as it crosses the sun, the ever-changing shoreline where land and water meet, the sensory experience of the wind, and the warmth of a shimmering light touching the skin. This series of drawings are part of an ongoing project inspired by the weather. I record and transform weather data to reflect the effects of climate change with regard to freak winter storms, extreme weather changes, and highly fluctuating temperatures. After using digital manipulation, I laser cut an output of patterns derived from the satellite imagery of NASA of the Chesapeake region. The dates and locations in the titles indicate when the source images were collected.