In 2013 I traveled from Iceland to the Faroe Islands, Denmark and Norway, photographing traditional houses. I wanted to capture how people carry home with them as they migrate and how architecture is a strong expression of a people and a place. Early Nordic seafaring cultures would flip their boats to create shelter on land and so by flipping the images of the houses, they become nomadic again.

During this trip, I was collecting Icelandic and Norwegian stones and pulverizing them for my prints, ​mixing the pigment into my inks to create and index of place.

In 2013 I traveled from Iceland to the Faroe Islands, Denmark and Norway, photographing traditional houses. I wanted to capture how people carry home with them as they migrate and how architecture is a strong expression of a people and a place. Early Nordic seafaring cultures would flip their boats to create shelter on land and so by flipping the images of the houses, they become nomadic again.

During this trip, I was collecting Icelandic and Norwegian stones and pulverizing them for my prints, ​mixing the pigment into my inks to create and index of place.