Will She Ever See a Moose? 2017, was my final MFA thesis artwork. The work began with making numerous experimental unplanned works. Prompted by my interest in environmental issues the objects—made from new, prefabricated, and repurposed materials—began to generate new ideas and meanings.  I then used each object(s) to create a nine-part stop-action video involving photography and computerized graphics set in a grid formation. This includes repetitive, layered and looped imagery, and found sound recordings.