When there is the death of your very best friend and spouse, you deal with the not there. Missing. Gone. Absent. Emptiness.
My camera allows me to peer into other lives outside of my world.
Siren Song is a body of work that centres on the desert landscape of California’s Salton Sea. What draws me back to this environment, again and again, is the silence, desolation, and isolation of this place that seems to be suspended in time.
I always take the opportunity to grab a backpack and my camera and travel somewhere in the world where I can learn more about other forms of photography.
Each photograph in The Spoken Word project is meant to be a visual open mic, a stitch in the fabric of the slam poetry community in the Boston area.
This project seeks to awaken and inspire within my viewers, an appreciation for, and desire to preserve the homes, legacies, and treasures of our past, lest they and their stories be lost forever.
In Contact is a series of photographs that explores our human desire to interact with the landscape; moments that arise when we have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the land that we have been removed from.
My photographs are investigations of female gender roles as influenced by American culture and mass media.
Nature’s Colorful Palette constantly changes but in its unpredictability, there always seems to be a consistency with the way it handles the sublime.
Down to the smallest of elements, everything exists in relationship to something else.