Haunt (A Forgotten History) was a 2002 site-specific video projection in five parts. Moving images of grassland plants and animals were projected on houses in three different areas of Saskatoon on five separate nights. Each program consisted of a 10-minute video sequence that looped for an hour. The projections poignantly invoked the city’s hidden history as grassland. Haunt was created for Spasm, a public art works program organized by Paved Art and New Media, Saskatoon.