Photography is the language of my thoughts and memories that document my experience and presence in the world. My relationship with photography began as a personal narrative. With age and exploration, I came to recognize it as the most effectual way to communicate with other people.
The photograph as a document is stronger than memory; it depicts the truth in most cases, but I strive to capture the emotion of a place and its atmospheric sensibility. I revel in the experiences and circumstances that alter the way one sees the world. I am drawn to the environment or the varying atmospheres of an environment and how our emotions are affected by elements of our habitation.
I aim to illustrate for the audience, a place, emotion, or occurrence that they were unable to experience visually. As an artist, the possibility of presenting to viewers photographs that may enable them to experience emotion through art is the most honest expression I can speak to.