As life speeds up, walking becomes an act of resistance. My photographs and video collages map the patterns of my daily walk. Whether strolling a block, traversing a mountain, tracing a coastline, or a trip to the grocery store, every walk is a drawing performance and an act of monumental sculpture that shapes the landscape. These mental miles are documented in images. My walks are an attempt to rediscover places we have long traveled, but our bodies have since forgotten. Intimate shots of streets, paths, and trails examine this everyday world. My documentation focuses on transitions in the terrain, texture, and shape of a walk revealed as a visual palindrome or panoramic 'strides.'