The paintings that result from these experiences often depict the intersections of man's hand and nature. There is a dichotomy present of architecture and manicured fields, next to the organic forms of foliage and areas of untamed expanse. In the work I am always trying to bridge these two elements, from the subjects, to the techniques with which the photographs are processed, to the way the paint is applied. By using crop lines from the projected image and leaving evidence of digital manipulation I have found a way to bond the more modern aspects of art making like minimalism and monochromatic painting with the tonalist landscapes of the late 19th century. My aim is to revitalize landscape by merging it with more contemporary art practice and in turn build something entirely new.