My work is centered on the ways in which human constructs of land influence our experience of place. I explore this notion through an embodied process of visualizing the land. My prints are inspired by the extended walks that I initiate and often comprised of influential documentation I gather which becomes integral to my experience. This includes maps, observation-based drawings, photographs, historic research, and oral narratives I gather from ethnographic field research. My artistic practice also builds on doctrines and discourse of the Romantic landscape tradition which undoubtedly continues to shape our perception and experience of land and place. Through this work I aim to demonstrate our vital connection with land, make reference to the frameworks we place on it, and encourage speculation of past, present, and future land use.