Bike-to-Ski: Deseret Peak

A few hops, a skip, and 50 miles west of Salt Lake lies the alpine island known as Deseret Peak. Surrounded by 360 degrees of salt flats, military bases, and hazardous waste disposal facilities, this wilderness haven holds an ecosystem unique to only itself. If you look closely enough from Interstate 80, 2 tall snowy... Continue Reading →

Wind River High Route

In September 2017, Sam Parks and I took a shot at the a high traverse of the Wind River Mountains. With 200% of the normal snowpack for the time of year, we were in for quite a surprise with the amount of ice and snow we'd encounter. Upon arriving in Lander, Wyoming we were able... Continue Reading →

God, Dam It

God, Dam It is a series of cyanotype imagery on topo map and found plywood. The series was installed in a stairwell, with different pieces visible on each floor. Water is dammed, diverted, ditched, and drained out of its natural path throughout the west. This series replicates and comments on the effects of the changes... Continue Reading →

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