I have always felt compelled to record things.
I’ve kept diaries for as long as I can remember; the act of elucidation helping me sort feelings, thoughts, leading to some discoveries of my own.
And I’ve always noticed details: small and fleeting things, in-between moments, glances, patterns and repetition. It is sometimes overwhelming, my brain playing out scenarios, stories, dreams and fears around these observations. It’s always been this way for me.
In my youth, hand-me-down cameras allowed me to record moments in time. Pictures of friends and family, of excursions, of my little brother’s ‘Kiss’ calendar as he proudly held it on display, page by page, for me. I have boxes of these photos. They are my younger-me memories.
The birth of my daughter heightened my innate desire to record, to document, to capture. Not just images but emotion, vulnerability.
Now, people, connection, nature, landscape & light are my fascination. I aim to capture those elusive ‘in-between’ moments that allude to a bigger human story. I’m in love with the natural world. I photograph to share the beauty that I see, the truth of it, the way I see it.