‘Ghosts, Darkly’ are a series of approximately 70 drawings responding to the unprecedented isolation the pandemic impressed upon us. The images in these works metaphorically represent the physical and psychological constraints under which we were living and working. I draw from old, illustrated gardening manuals and how-to books depicting how to set out row covers and nets to shroud plants from weather and pests, in other words, just like the pandemic, protecting nature from itself. At the same time, it is important for me to depart from the utilitarian source imagery and imbue these works with my own meanings.