In 2013 I travelled to the high Arctic up the western coast of Svalbard, seeking brilliant blue and white ice but finding much more: a place of searing beauty and isolation, extraordinary colors, and more evidence of human industrial activity than I'd anticipated. I returned home with over two thousand digital photographs.

Sculpture (2017)

"Thin Ice" refers to the idea that when glaciers retreat or calve into the sea, what remains behind is moraine, an accumulation of rock debris the substance of which is similar to cast pigmented Hydrocal.