As an artist I strive to probe the lines between human, animal, and environmental relations while utilizing emergent technologies. My work explores the transformation of data and material through digital fabrication processes such as 3D scanning, 3D printing, laser cutting, and CNC Milling to create installations and sculptural objects. Translating data gathered from the environment, my work travels through various levels of software mediation while frequently originating through technologies that we carrying our pockets. Investigating the paradoxical bond between human-made urban landscapes and natural ecological systems, my work is an evolving series of objects and installations that question our contributions to our rapidly changing planet. Regularly examining other species and landscapes in relation to ourselves, I question humans’ analogous existence as the largest and most complex pest-network on the planet. My work is systematic both in construction and in concept, often a direct reflection of observed microcosms found at the surface of our feet, in the web of a digital mesh, and born out of the braided entanglements between ourselves and the other species of plants and animals with whom we share our world.