If we listen carefully objects tell us stories. I engage the inanimate in a dialog of sorts, peeling back layers, shedding light, uncovering vulnerabilities. This telling and re-telling of the story results in an intersection of perspectives - the object, mine, and the viewer's.
I love the energy that emanates from urban landscapes. The architecture, the people, the lights, the trappings of human occupation - the busy-ness - it's an amalgamation of human endeavor.
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In nature one finds miracles in the minute. Diving deeply into objects can teach us, guide us, and most importantly, reset our world view.
Traveling reminds me to keep myself open to the world. It is not just seeing things for the first time, but seeing them as new, crisp, different, defined and re-defined, and then bringing that fresh perspective back home.
I find possibility and potential everywhere. I am excited by creating images that challenge the mind's eye - taking something familiar and making it new; engaging the brain at a higher level, raising questions, awareness, and excitement. I love turning the ordinary into the extra-ordinary.