Space is the most immediate medium through which we understand the world, yet we often take it for granted. I am interested in exploring how our environment impacts our experiences, memories, and identities. Many of my video installations utilize images of imagined or remembered environments - places one accesses mentally but not physically. Recent projects include a series of installations involving the recreation of decades old memories from incarcerated individuals and another series exploring the changing architectural landscape of my previous home, San Francisco, California. Through projected images of architecture, I ask viewers to stop, feel, and consider the world around them. Only by slowing down can we recognize our relationship to the physical world around us.