In Incan mythology, Pachamama is known as the goddess of Earth and time. The indigenous people of the Andes praise her abilities to sustain life on Earth, while simultaneously causing turmoil and growth through natural disasters.

This body of work continues the story of Pachamama by exploring the reciprocal relationship between Earth and humanity.  Meditative practices of the human experience allow for the preservation of her spirit, and allows us to witness her presence through moments of chaos and continuous growth. Through motifs of nurturing relationships, Pachamama flourishes, enhancing the diversity of life.