All my work
is work that happens

in time

Hyacinth clock, pastel and colored pencil on paper, 2020
Snowdrop clock, pastel and colored pencil on paper, 2020
Horsetail clock, pastel and colored pencil on paper, 2020

Language happens in time

My practice crosses disciplinary boundaries and is fed by an ongoing apprenticeship to the English language. You can find out about my publications and approach to writing-as-literature here.

Drawing happens in time

I understand drawing as a way to record, respond to, and come to an understanding of the world that is continuously subject to revision. For me, drawing is a way to think. You can view examples of my drawing practice here.

Walking happens in time

Much of my practice is walking and looking. As I have never had a driving license, I have learned to perceive the world at the speeds of walking, the bicycle, and public transit. These tempos shape the way I work and what I make, as well as providing ethical first principles.

Ongoing &
recent projects




An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in Farmington


Contingency herbarium


Public speech


“Keep yourself busy”


#cinema__________


The birdwoman