My art work examines the ways in which people honor or do not honor nonhuman animals following their deaths. While companion animals are frequently grieved and honored, those that we depend on for food and other products are rarely recognized. With a few noteworthy exceptions, the deaths of farm animals, laboratory animals and wild animals go virtually unnoticed. What makes one species worthy of grieving and another unworthy? What implications do our values and judgments about nonhumans have for humanity? I explore these issues through photography, sculpture, interactive, community-based and public art projects.