Traditional doorways of the Ancient Medina of Tunis (Tunisia) are recreated using video footage collected at local ports.
Traditional Mediterranean tile designs are re-imagined with video footage of the textures of the waters of Tunis, Tunisia.
Video images from the Gallatin Valley watershed in and around Bozeman, Montana, are pieced together in the form of traditional pioneer quilt patterns. The finished artwork was installed in the storefront window of the local quilting store.
Digital video images of important water sites throughout Washington are combined to create living, moving stained-glass windows installed in a storefront window in Seattle.
Digital video is projected into an obelisk in the Seattle Art Museum's Olympic Sculpture Park.
Digital video footage of the textures of water in the Puget Sound is projected onto sheer fabric sheets flowing in the breeze. This project was created for the Seattle Art Museum's Olympic Sculpture Park.
Digital video footage from around the Yakima Valley (Washington) highlighting the natural environment and cultivated nature was projected onto 6 historic buildings in the downtown corridor.
Vacant storefront windows are filled with light projected through moving water.