Many of the pictures I make begin as an elegy or lamentation, the beginning of a conversation about the ephemeral nature of our existence and the fragility of the people and things around us. I’m interested in light, space, and movement, and the beauty and grace hidden in quiet places where spirit is easy to access.
I want my pictures to breathe, whether I make them in the studio or out exploring the power of place. I see each picture as a poem, a window on the internal, a documentation of a moment that won’t come again, and a meeting of internal and external possibility. I hope to take advantage of life’s unexpected meanderings and stay soft to the world around me.