The series "It's not you...it's me."" combines hand-cut pages from fashion and nature magazines in a symmetrical flip-flop of positive and negative space. Removing the fashion figure from the normal context and combing it with a  natural environment creates both a visual and contextual contrast. Ideas such as control vs. chaos, past vs. present, consumerism vs. environmentalism resonate within each pairing. Descriptive titles suggest a "wanting" that is so prevalent in contemporary society. The model seems to want to be somewhere else...daydreaming of another place, another purpose, another time.