Landscapes: Real and Imagined is an on going project which began in Fall of 2015. This project includes researching and finding disenfranchised or oppressed landscapes, such as fracking sites, oil refineries, polluted water and air, and bodies- women, children, men whom identify as Indigenous and Person's of color (POC). These spaces are then re-imagined as places of peace, healing, and empowerment. The goal of this project is to provide a space for those that are marginalized and to give voice to their oppression, tell their stories, and find love and tranquility in the process.