I hate 'time'. My mind is more focused on the bigger picture, thus when I write papers and reviews I often speak in both present and past tense (not on purpose), as I like to look at life as a whole. All my work is based on my subconscious and most successful work comes from not thinking and allowing ideas to appear. This series I did are psychological spaces I call 'dark matter' as opposed to the 'light' matter that makes up everything around us including ourselves. They are about neurotic selves and situations we place ourselves in. They have a post apocalyptic, post global warming feel to them; I suppose I feel they go hand in hand.
I think about because of global warming, physical properties of everything around us will be affected and we will start to see things quite unknown to us. As science explains much of our world today, myths lose validity and any sort of 'magic' in our lives disappears. As our world changes, things will become more unknown to us and things like travelling may take much longer depending on how fast we can adapt.
Based in Canada.