Signs

History of Kachemak Bay — Cultural Crossroads

History of Kachemak Bay — Human Inhabitation

History of Kachemak Bay — Sea Level Rise

History of Kachemak Bay — Deglaciation

Shelf Fungi

Outside Beach

Berries of Seldovia

Forest Plants

History of Sea Otters

The Life of a Spruce Tree

Nurse Stumps

History Beneath Your Feet

The Deadly Four

Seldovia Sign Project:

In 2015, I had the opportunity to work with a team of artists, writers, designers, and carpenters to produce a series of interpretive signs now installed in the town and along the trails of Seldovia, Alaska. Many of the illustrations on this website were drawn specifically for this project. I feel greatly honored to have my work enhanced by the skills of the team and to be represented in the beautiful rural landscape of Seldovia. Disconnected from the main road system, Seldovia is located on the Alaska Marine Highway, and the project was made possible by a grant from the Alaskan Scenic Byways.

Collaborators: Skyler Kline, Tim Dillon, Bretwood Higman, Erin McKittrick, Valisa Higman, Kathleen George, Kim McNett, Jake Corwin

Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies:

CACS is a non-profit organization that fosters connections to wild places and nature exploration. I have had many wonderful opportunities to work with this organization as an environmental educator, and now my artwork is featured on interpretive signs at both the Peterson Bay Field Station and Wynn Nature Center.

Collaborators: Beth Trowbridge, Kim McNett, Janet Klein, Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge and CACS volunteers