Topography as a more rigorous word to define landscape implies the importance of shapes—built and natural—that emerge from the land. The relationship between these masses and their origins involves more than a study of their surface commonalities or dissonances that might be described as one force eroding or overtaking the other, or another force intervening to claim/reclaim territory. Underneath the cosmetic differences between subjects in the built and natural landscape, greater, form-focused sea change occurs.
Born in Hartford, CT in 1988
Graduated from Harvard College in 2010 with a BA in History and Literature and a minor in Visual and Environmental Studies
Currently working in Gill, MA and Camden, ME