I wanted the set for Invasive Species to be realistic and at the same time very abstract. The play revolves around a character, a fisherman, who only wants to fish and be left alone. You’re in his reality, a combination of inside his cabin and the outside forest that he calls home. The two spaces are commingled as he’s become more a part of nature and less a part of the painful human world. For the backdrop I portrayed a forest that he has wilfully allowed to swallow his reality into it’s verdantly surreal landscape.