I moved to New Orleans about a month before Hurricane Katrina hit. I was fortunate to have lost very little, most from theft by opportunists drawn to the city rather than the physical storm or flood itself. As a result–and since I was a new implant with relatively light emotional baggage from the storm–I was able to begin making work commenting on the region “Post-K” much earlier than local artists. These images appear reverse chronologically: from early work on the bottom that comments on the negative, destructive elements that pillaged the city, to thesis work that discusses how human behavior has led to global warming that increases the intensity of storms and threatens to wipe out the Gulf region and its inhabitants.