My most recent series explores the theme of floods through
the narratives of recent storms and weather events. Floods have become
an increasing familiar reality of weather patterns, both along the
coasts and inland. They are violent penetrations into our private
spheres, soiling precious family heirlooms and rotting foundations.
They arrive sideways through dramatic, violent storm surges and king
tides, from above by way of unending rain patterns and through the
ground through overwhelmed drainage systems and overtaxed aquifers.
This body of work pulls together the fragmented narratives
of various recent storms that have impacted human lives through the
lens of water entering our homes and washing away any notion that
this is just a passing shower.