SANDY ISLAND. 2014. YMCA Camp Sandy Island, in New Hampshire. Working with people of all ages, one-on-one and in groups, I designed and facilitated a program with the following guidelines: (1) to use only materials found in the local, natural surroundings; (2) to not negatively impact the natural environment; (3) sculptures would be discoverable - unobtrusive, but not too hard to find; and (4) sculptures would degrade in the elements in a matter of days, weeks, or months. Most sculptures were spurred by a simple sketch, and all were completed in less than three hours. Some sculptures were made with the intention of being burned. One sculpture particularly lent itself to nighttime photography (lit only by a single flashlight) and, later, some digital manipulation.