the shifting landscape is where I am at home.
I perform my migration by re-entering displacement. Through photography and moving image, I document the ever-changing landscape, archiving its flora and fauna.
The dark ecology of the non-place is presented through the cinematic image. By deconstructing the language of cinema and its inter-dependency, new narrative devices can be conceived. The film-essay, in where fiction and non-fiction coexist in harmony, holds the necessary structures to reconnect with the desolate.
I inform the psycho-geographic map of the contemporary migrant; one capable of mirroring the violence deriving from our public, yet discrete, consequences of our access to excess.