I think of my current work as sensorial cartography. I am mapping the experience of my body, specifically in the act of running through the landscape. Perception changes drastically between a stationary observer and one in persistent motion. The effects of the landscape on my person as my endurance, bodily, and mental limitations are tested is a primary focus. My perceptions of the surrounding environment as I run through it, forms much of my current subject matter. Aerial map-like views morph into lateral views as the white line of a trail snakes through foliage or over mountain ranges into a glimpse of horizon. In mapping the felt landscape and relating it loosely to actual cartographic trail, topographical and GPS maps, I can better orient myself in this world.