Galleries

Reflections: I’m drawn to the mirror image of the physical world in water. These paintings appear to be upside down, but I only painted what’s reflected. As water levels rise, these visuals will increase.

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Pilgrims marching Varanasi, India
Pilgrims marching Varanasi, India

 


 

A Human Sea: Seven portraits of people living in areas that will be underwater in the next century given sea level rise predictions. The red ‘puzzle piece’ motif connects disparate people from vastly different backgrounds. However, all are susceptible to the same environmental issue. The flesh tones over the red was perhaps a subconscious reaction to the images of Varanasi’s public cremations I’ve been exposed to while resident in Varanasi at Kriti Gallery.

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Venice

 


Expert Opinion: Portraits of architects, urban planners, climate scientists, and other professionals I’ve met throughout the year. I’m behind about 6 months. More to come.

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Pier Vellinga, Dutch expert on the impacts of climate change. Investor in climate change research
Pier Vellinga, Dutch expert on the impacts of climate change. Investor in climate change research

 


DockWork: I’ve taken an interest in the vast range of jobs that exist along the waterfront of port cities. A unique opportunity to see how individual lives contribute pieces towards the global economy.

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Boat builders in Copenhagen

 


 

Cityscape: impressions of the vulnerable cities. Drawings and paintings.

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Noordereiland, Rotterdam
Noordereiland, Rotterdam

 

Resiliency planning and infrastructure: flood barriers and local scale technologies around Europe.

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Flood doors in Hafen City, Hamburg

 


 

Travelog: uncategorized work from traveling

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