“On Stolen Land” is a body of work exploring the effects of colonialism and the influence of human interference on land, ecology, and culture. The intention of this work is to bring awareness to the environmental damage, and cultural destruction that stems from ongoing colonialism. Exposing the cultural and ecological impacts, by confronting the viewer with images and historical information, provokes acknowledgement of these facts, and the role we play in the continuance of these injustices. I aspire to motivate understanding and education, inviting others to reflect on their role in the relentless degradation of land and culture, due to greed and hunger for “progress.” It is important for dominant culture to recognize the privilege that has resulted from colonization. Through the recognition of my own personal impact on these cultures and environments, I feel the responsibility to self-educate and advocate for the Indigenous people whose land I inhabit. Awakening a thought process in those who are ignorant of the history and current state of this country, will hopefully trigger comprehension of the destruction our culture has willfully participated in. I hope to approach and connect these ideas respectfully, through research and visual interpretation of the land and cultures presented.