I have developed numerous site dance performance projects promoting environmental stewardship, drawing inspiration from the stories embedded in rural and urban landscapes. A recent project, Into the Wind, was inspired by the potential for harnessing offshore wind in the Great Lakes and took place on the lakeside site of a former engine factory in Muskegon, Michigan. Another project, Corsets, Grains, and Greenways was performed along a four-block route in downtown Ann Arbor, celebrating the layered histories of buildings and sites, and the hopes for a greenway connecting the downtown to outlying neighborhoods. I served as choreographer and project director for an interdisciplinary performance and video documentary entitled Mapping the River, based on the cycle of water and the health of the Huron River. I have produced other site works at the Euin-In Temple in Kyoto, Japan and in the U-M Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum. Besides my interest in creating site dance performances, I have had a long career as a choreographer nationally and internationally, creating dances inspired by wide ranging topics including particle physics, astronomical research, visual art, poetry, and literature; these works often layer movement, text, music, and digital projections.