My drawings are executed primarily in graphite, on gessoed paper mounted on cradled panels. Working on panels allows me to display the drawings without glass, foregrounding their material and physical properties. When I look at the world I see forms and histories in flux. I’m attracted to sites that are visibly and obviously changing from one condition to another. The processes may be natural, as with tidal flats and flooding rivers, or they may be human directed activities such as farming, building and demolition. All present evidence of an ongoingness that I believe constitutes the deeper subject of my work.