We are placing accelerating strains on the natural world in many shocking and foreseeable ways. I make multi-disciplinary artworks which describe issues of human impact and reliance on our shared natural environment. I take ongoing inspiration from biosciences as well as those fighting for climate justice. The work generally involves photography, and the subject matter is often plants, but also animals, landscape, corporate branding, smoke, plastics, and molecular structures. This imagery is knit together by themes of societal naiveté and addictions. These range from cigarettes to monocultures, but ultimately point toward the crisis of fossil fuel consumption.