The series, Incompressible Flow, is an investigation of the behavior of natural waterways, as micro-systems of swiftly moving forces engaged in competing actions, reactions and counteractions.  The project examines forces like turbidity, dissipation and eddies that are continually reshaping our environment and have uncanny parallels to the forces we allow to flow into our lives.  

These types of currents defines natural phenomena, both broad and poignant.  A definition of “current” is known “as a quantity representing the rate of flow”.  Yet, when we say “currently” the meaning becomes a measure of our own existence, right here – now.  

“I’m exploring systems and networks that echo the forces of nature, not necessary mimic nature itself.  In essence, showing environments and people as movements in perpetual motion.”