The first ten years of my life were spent on the island of Antigua, where I came to recognize the sea as an orientation point, like a city’s grand monument or a familiar mountain range.  Informed by the human experience of place, I consider the apparent dichotomy of belief and fact through imagery inspired by landscape, current events, and weather.  By employing the formal elements of abstraction, fragmentation, sequencing and arrangement, I aim to create work that conveys a universal or archetypal quality, inspiring viewers to reflect on the human role in the history and future of the climate.