I am delighted to be a 2015 Artist-in-Residence at the Teton ArtLab in Jackson, Wyoming, where I will continue my research-driven work focused on America’s regional landscape ecology. Where as my recent Wild West at BDGA project focused on the contiguous United States, the Teton ArtLab Residency, will focus the regional lens on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
My proposed Teton ArtLab project is to create a series of prints that map the pressures on Yellowstone’s ecological landscape and its natural resources. I am particularly interested in exploring the relationship between environmental tourism and conservation. My intention is to highlight environmental management, policy and design practices that promote ecological awareness and a greater sense of environmental stewardship while balancing the conflicting needs of man and nature.
Read more about the project here.