About the work

My concerns in photography center around relations and dimensions and how to get the medium to hold these aspects of our lived experience. I study how the biological, neurological and psychological dimensions in the body meet the shifting outside world and its multiplicity. When the inside and outside meet, they come into relation and dialogue: or, one might say, as the camera records light outside, there is also the light inside of the maker.

In this way, every photograph is a collaboration, an interaction, a weaving, and an ecstatic one at that, in celebration of the absolutely extraordinary thing of simply being in this world.