I work with cyanotypes which I see as a hybrid of photography and printmaking. I photograph flowers, architectural details, museum reliquaries and other objects, then layer the images on hand coated paper and expose to sunlight. The quest for that perfect Prussian blue and the luminosity inherent in cyanotypes is one level of my practice. But the main pursuit are the themes I am drawn to including the beauty and menace of nature, the environment overgrown and flowers as fantasy object. My prints are made on a variety of fine art papers including heavy water color paper, cotton/linen paper and washi kozo and gampi papers. All my prints are one of a kind and usually in the size range of 22" x 30" - 30" x 40".