Photographer, Solo Explorer, Educator
“Through my camera, I have found a way to analyze myself within these domains without
disruption or distraction from my attachment to familiarity.”
My photos embody welcomed solitude. An allowance to connect to the world where art in its final form is just a companion. Instead, it’s what we take from art, psychologically, emotionally and spiritually, that is the priority. My camera is never more important than my experience. This to me is what makes what I do relevant.
The subjects in my images are byproducts in either compact or broad environments that take a glimpse into their lives regardless of time. Each frame is accompanied by a collective engagement that tells a shared story via myself as the camera, the subject and our environment.