Recently, I've been drawn more to alternative techniques of image making, rather than exclusively printing or photography. I've been creating drawings and paintings based on my specific environment. Some are focused on the one-hundred year old building I work in. A majestic school building, complete with columns and arched windows and old marble floors. In places, these floors are cracked from the pressure of thousands of students and teachers footsteps as they hurry to class, the library, the science labs. These cracks create a history and a mark on this huge stone building, and a sort of a topographical landscape when viewed from above.