Resequence is the body of work that forms the core of my MFA thesis. Starting with inspiration drawn from sources ranging from center-pivot irrigation to the structure of hydrogen atoms, I translate scientific concepts into visual experiences taking on the form of abstract, geometric designs. The designs are brought to life by combining chemistry from the darkroom and the kitchen. These chemical compositions react to the environment: changing, growing and decaying as they absorb light, heat, moisture, and oxygen. As the prints expose, I make a series of images documenting the pivotal moments of their evolution.