In photography, I find a mode of self-revelation. Photographing that which catches
my eye, I discover a deeper meaning and relevance to the images I capture. I am
frequently surprised by what these images disclose.
My work results from my reaction to visual cues. Something will snatch my
attention, often from the periphery of my sight. The subject may be fleeting or
stationary, but my response is consistently spontaneous. I find that the resulting
images bring to consciousness that which was previously subconscious.
These pictures divulge a gamut of experience, from depression to humor, from
angst to peace — most of which I am unaware while shooting. Though I do not
follow Astrology, I find my sign of Gemini (“The Twins”) to be apt. In my
photography, a duality of my persona emerges to view.
These images describe my nature, but their essence connects with humanity at
large: they depict shared aspects of the human condition. Hence, their
consideration becomes a collective perception, one with which many can relate.
A continual work in progress, these photographs reflect my ongoing discoveries
and the nature of the human mind and spirit -- constantly changing, constantly
growing, and ever evolving.