(Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")   Deep Ecology & Geologic Time   My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 
       
     
 (Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")   Deep Ecology & Geologic Time   My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 
       
     
 (Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")   Deep Ecology & Geologic Time   My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 
       
     
 (Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")   Deep Ecology & Geologic Time   My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 
       
     
       
     
       
     
 (Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")   Deep Ecology & Geologic Time   My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 
       
     

(Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")

Deep Ecology & Geologic Time

My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 

 (Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")   Deep Ecology & Geologic Time   My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 
       
     

(Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")

Deep Ecology & Geologic Time

My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 

 (Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")   Deep Ecology & Geologic Time   My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 
       
     

(Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")

Deep Ecology & Geologic Time

My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 

 (Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")   Deep Ecology & Geologic Time   My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 
       
     

(Printed on Backlit Film 32'x40")

Deep Ecology & Geologic Time

My work on Ecology of Senses is another form of migration by creating morphologies between human touch, water and marine life, it’s not a symbiotic relationship but rather a synchronistic relationship. What we imagine as alien life under the ocean is in many ways a world unto itself, with its own extraordinary ecological importance and its own remarkable bio-morphology. 

       
     

Walking Trails in Alberta, Canada

       
     

Walking on Moss in Jasper, Alberta Canada