I am obsessed with strata. It started upon viewing my first Andreas Gursky photograph around fifteen years ago. His knack for taking pictures of ordinary environments that become visual geometry spurred my love of natural linearities, geometric composition, and the breakdown of any image into shapes, patterns, lines and forms. For the past decade I have been seeking strata in the world I view daily, mostly attuned to that found within landscapes and panoramas of setting. Compiling and collecting these images and sorting them into categories of color, shape and mood has provided an odd sense of therapy.