As the impacts of climate change and hydropower dams take hold on the Mekong, their combination has a human cost. 


Combining photography, video, and installation art with an accompanying audio guide, We See The Change highlights the stories and perspectives of those experiencing climate change on the Mekong River.

On View: April 20th-28th || Power Plant Gallery, American Tobacco Campus, 320 Blackwell Street, Durham, NC

Opening Reception: Friday, April 20th, 5-8, Artist Talk 6:30

Links:  Poster || Project Description || Ruby Residency || Power Plant Gallery 


In addition to videos and a photobook, this work can be shared in spoken form–through assemblies and at conferences. Use the form below to inquire about bringing this project to your school or organization.

Past appearances include: Machik Weekend 2017 ||   Read Bio


My time on the Mekong was a mere three months on a single river in Asia. Yet climate change is unfolding all around the world–from droughts that have ransacked farmers' crops in India, to extreme tropical storms that have uprooted homes and lives in Houston

More than creating a single book, my hope is to build an ongoing project in which these stories can be shared and elevated into the climate discussion. The path to achieving this goal is open and flexible. You can add your email below to receive updates as the project evolves.