My current work explores cinematic and theatrical landscapes by seeking out discrepancies between individual experience of the landscape and architecture, and corporate (collective) abuses of the environment. The work utilizes layering of different aspects of the landscape, using the human figure as vessel—a conduit for and casualty of the sublime. The landscape as monument--sometimes tranquil, off-balance, beautiful, or ominous, and the destabilized horizon invites the audience to reconsider preconceived notions of their existence/place within the systems of the planet. Terra firma transmutes into the motion of the ocean, acting as a visual pre-cursor to the consequences of cumulative human action on the balance of fragile ecosystems. Bilateral symmetry is used in reference to the divine and reinforces the panoramic, cinematic nature of the landscape, and camera movement evokes a sense of balance/unbalance.