One Small Step (3:49, 2009) juxtaposes the north pole with the beach, the sewer with the sea to collapse distance and create liminal spaces, emphasizing the imprint of humankind on the natural world.
Inside (1:32, 1984) describes the gradual restriction of awareness produced by age and immobility, using a story about the artist's grandmother as a frame of reference. How experience, which is becoming increasingly vicarious, shapes our vision of the world. Gold Plaque, Chicago International Film Festival, 11/84; Certificate of Merit, 10th Festival of Illinois Film and Video Artists, 6/85.
Table of Silence (12:27, 1988) in which a family meal becomes an opportunity for scrutiny and reflection.