I use photography and installation to explore ideas about how we perceive reality and how we operate within the constraints of the space-time continuum. Approaching my surroundings intuitively I photograph the intimate and galactic in my everyday; crack formations on the surface of a rock or the horizon line of the ocean will hold my focus and prompt exploration. The images that result are simultaneously familiar and elusive. Using poetry as a reference point, my images push and pull against one another to invite contemplation of the fragility of our experiences and times effect on how we comprehend them. I compose relationships between the photographs through image placement and shift in scale while the thematic repetition of symbols anchor an installation. My video projections further explore these themes by creating illusionary spaces that emulate the complexities of dimension.