The weavings are made by first photographing a place from many angles, then making a collage of it to work from as a template for the layout. I then print two of each selected view and cut them into 3/8" strips to create the warp and weft. The photos are then combined by weaving them together, either aligning or offsetting each strip depending on the degree of abstraction desired. Some elements are eliminated and others are repeated. Camera perspective distortions are utilized to create more abstraction and a sense of movement. Each finished weaving consists of hundreds of tape splices on the back side. Once finished, the weaving is secured to a mat board using a roll adhesive. All products are archival.