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Sand Dunes, from 2019, is a seven-minute video piece, that weaves together moving and still images of the Colorado sand dunes, archival imagery with audio consisting of the hum of the sand dunes and the narration of several unseen characters. The script is based loosely on interviews, a fictionalized female representation of Alfred Wegner (the scientist who first proposed tectonic plate theory), and a personal conversation with a woman that started out about a rosebush and evolved into one about trauma and photography. The film considers photography's role in storytelling, and how intimate exchanges reveal broader social issues.