DISTANT PLACES

I photograph as if I am a filmmaker moving in incredibly slow motion. After shooting one image I look for another to complete the scene. Trying to discover how we process experiences into memory and how memory can intensify meaning as well as distort every encounter, my images merge distinct views that extend both time and space making the whole greater than the sum of its parts.

Where does genuine perception lie when randomness and order overlay our thoughts and senses with a constant flow of images? Using nature as the essential source of all experience, I capture moments between moments whose surreal quality creates a sense of the uncanny.

window reflection of trees on an old house

Chimera from the series Distant Places

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