Following my work with geographical representation, I began to direct these aesthetic and conceptual themes toward portraying nudes. Within this collection, my focus was on relating the body to the space that it inhabits. How is our mind shaped by our presence in an environment? How does our self-echo where it exists? With these questions in mind, I employed further reflective objects as well as projections, merging photographs of bodies with those of scenes, which I consider to be typical for specific cities, such as the green spaces of Los Angeles or the historical cites of Berlin.

Here, I created a compounded product, both vibrant and verging on abstraction. Again, the result is painterly, with the contours of the body's form blending with the curvatures of the reflected effects and the indefiniteness of identity and perception.