An installation and production of 100 pairs of eclipse viewfinder glasses for the Gibbes museum of art in Charleston South Carolina.
A site specific installation in the Julian Scott Memorial Gallery at Johnson State College.
A proposal for Morrisville Vermont Acting as a large periscope the device allows you to see over the trees to see the mountains and the sunset on the longest day of the year.
A site specific installation at Spruce Peak at Stowe. Two surveyors one facing east and one facing west recorded a time-lapse every day from sunrise to sunset.
Proposal for One Taylor Street in Montpelier Vermont. The roof collects rainwater into a transfer tank, pumps to a storage tank and then mists daily into a rain garden. The tanks are translucent and are lit at night.
A laser line was projected as a tangent line to a circular cove at Shelburne Farms on Lake Champlain.
A site specific installation at Spruce Peak at Stowe where two surveyors were placed in the forest with laser levels creating a datum allowing you to experience the tree canopy and topography in a new way.
An installation at the Julian Scott Memorial Gallery at Johnson State College. Two latex weather balloons reacted to the air currents and temperature over the course of the installation.
photo credit: Sam Simon
Installed for Of Land and Local: Watershed curated by Burlington City Arts and hosted by Shelburne Farms in Shelburne Vermont.
Photo Credit: Sam Simon
A collaborative two year installation in the Outdoor Sculpture Garden at the Vermont Arts Council in Montpelier Vermont. With Erika Senft Miller and Nancy Winship Milliken.
photo credit: Renee Greenlee
An installation in Lake Champlain supported a time-lapse camera and a 360 camera. Recording the water surface and presenting a VR experience.
Footage from Bridge (horizontal) and Observatory (vertical) were presented in the Coach Barn at Shelburne Farms for Of Land and Local: Watershed curated by Burlington City Arts.
Installed on the top of Lone Tree Hill at Shelburne Farms the structure frames a view of the Farm, Lake Champlain, the Adirondack Mountains and the Sky. Aligned with a slot in the trees Bridge could be seen in Lake Champlain.