We shape our environment but our environment also shapes us. Increasingly, however, it seems our impact on the environment is disproportionate. Through this body of work I seek to explore the human-environment relationship, how we inhabit a space, and what it means to be wild. Throughout the work, I juxtapose human and plant portraits as a way to explore the concept of our connection to other bodies. Some pieces directly explore our interactions with the natural world while others hint at less obvious relationships. Overall it seeks to expose the wildness inherent in every living thing.