In the beginning the COVID-19 pandemic I was quarantining in a rural town with dense landscape from the growth of summer. In isolation, I was able to observe and connect with nature in a more intimate way. While the world outside was full of chaos and uncertainty the environment allowed me to connect to my basic senses granting me time for self-reflection. My images drift between the reality of this pastoral landscape and a surreal fantasy nightmare. Clashing, psychedelic colors transform my understanding of nature and create radioactive and unfamiliar landscapes. My presence is a performance where I strive to make sense of the time in which I am living.