Landscape, memory, and mediation are the subjects of my visual investigation.

During the frequent outings I take with my family to the preserved natural areas of northern New York State, I absorb a sense of each particular space and notice how my memory of it shifts over time, and in response to photographic images I take there. 

Most recently, I have been inspired by Frederick Church and the Hudson River School of which he is a founding member, as well as Olana, the home Church built for his family in Hudson, NY.

 In addition, I enjoy writings by Marshall McLuhan on media theory, Henri Bergson regarding various forms of memory, and Nan Shepherd on the joys of walking in the highlands of Scotland, her home.