My work is a unique visual language that speaks directly to the complexities of the American landscape. Sculptures are made of consumer objects and organic material I collect from the environment.  These objects are put on display as evidence of a specific locations condition. I am not interested in creating work that speaks to a utopian society we can never have, nor am I interested in illustration a dystopia we are inevitably doomed for. I am interested in seeing a landscape in an art object that is not depicted through flowers and fauna, but rather captures a certain time and energy of a space. I want to show a harmony between nature and society captured through an artistic perception.