In From Where I Stand, I combine visual typologies of human bodies as Metagraphs with multiple overlays of tessellated geometric patterns derived from ancient and contemporary cultures, which use geometry as a visual language to express a higher order of truth that both our perceptions and our words fail to express. In this combination, I am seeking to unite two visual languages to express my belief that our perception of duality is inaccurate; instead, everything is united in a resonating matrix of energy. I call my work Metagraphs because, like a photograph, which is a recording of visible light, my work is a recording of all the energy a sensor sees, but we cannot. The images are thus transformed into a kind of hyper-vision showing aspects of reality we do not see, metaphorically and literally. They reveal the unseen energetic thumbprint of the universe we inhabit.