Alike is a photographic body of work, generating conversations regarding our use and understanding of nature. This series focuses on re-contextualizing the linguistic signifiers we give to objects, juxtaposing items with similar physical attributes or namesakes, creating a dialogue between etymology and taxonomy. My work is a product of a background in design, conservation education, travel, and growing up on a Central Oklahoma ranch. I'm proud to have shown in museums and galleries across the United States, including Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, Non-Fiction Gallery, and the University of Wisconsin. 


 Field Notes

Bear Claws

In 2015 I worked for the education department at the San Antonio Zoo in San Antonio, TX. During summer camps, we would pull out our bio-logical artifacts collections to show the campers. I still have flashbacks of whirlwind 110º days filled with outdoor adventures, fueled by the occasional bear claw donut. This photograph was the first in the series; it is still one of my favorites. But after moving to Alaska, this image has greater significance as bears are everywhere and part of our everyday life, and I try to avoid them and the donuts.

Bear Claws

  • All prints are printed on 100% cotton Hahnemuhle Pearl Photo Rag inkjet paper and meet the highest requirements for museum-quality age-resistant digital photographic printing. Each print will last 60+ years before showing signs of fading.

    Each numbered limited edition print comes with a certificate of authenticity. If the framed option is select, the work is mounted and framed using museum-quality standards in a 3” deep shadowbox style frame and comes ready to hang.