It is a natural human tendency to seek answers to the unknown, the intangible. When we gaze at the night sky, it is often challenging just to sit there and look, accepting our view for what it is, an enormous, wonderful mystery. Instead we search for patterns in an otherwise random galaxy, fabricating constellations and labeling stars. As an artist, I am fascinated by our futile quest to find reason in uncertainty, order in chaos, and pattern in randomness. Using the mediums of photography, video and installation, I make art that reflects on the experience of observing nature through the lenses of science and popular culture. From webcams to waves, the subjects of my gaze are treated with obsessive methods of analysis and observation, articulating the boundaries between art and science, here and there, the known and unknown.