"As the Hubble Telescope captures images unable to been seen by the Human eye, the Human mind can create images technology will never be able to imagine. The power of the Human mind is as infinite as the Universe itself. My art is an extension of everyone's connectedness to the Universe, and provides a modern take on landscape photography. As technology evolves, so do it's capabilities of enhancing nature's beauty, through the mind of a Human.
This series suggests that while technology pollutes the Earth, there is hope for a future where Humans, Technology, and Nature may co-exist. We are not "Duned"."
This series was on display for the US National Parks, from October 1, 2008 - June 2009,
and inside NASA's official Hubble Telescope Gallery from July 2009 - May 2010.
The originals are now in NASA's Permanent Collection at the Goddard Space Flight Center.
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