My creative practice is a holistic investigation of how we humans connect to nature, finding intimate dimensions of our psyche that are spiritual, experiential and individuated. I gather inspiration from investigating specificity of environments that produce unique forms. My research involves studying and documenting plants and animals, deconstructing humans’ perception of nature, and connecting biological, sociological and theological themes. By engaging in environmental issues as an artist and documentary storyteller, the study of endangered species becomes a metaphor for self-realization through science. I am also interested in small-scale human interactions with an environment; gardening, land art and habitat restoration. As an interdisciplinary conceptual artist, I express my ideas through verbal, audio-visual, animation, 2D, 3D, and organic media experimentations.