The series of prints and drawings in Remembering the Future weave a narrative of fictive reality based in experiences in the American South, including folk tales, science fiction, children's stories and post apocalyptic environmental anxieties. These works reference the odd, proto-surrealist narratives of Northern Renaissance artists like Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Hieronymus Bosch, and Albrecht Durer. Particularly the odd, startling imagery and obsessive attention to detail are of interest. Recently the visual language of these drawings has been combined with the use of Turkish and Japanese marbling techniques, lending both contrast and color. Marbling also has associations historically as a kind of watermark, used to authenticate or give credibility to documents. The use of this technique is intended to create questions of authenticity/veracity. Ultimately through humor and myth, these works convey a sense of concern for environmental and social issues, while celebrating Applachian folklore.