I’ve always felt compelled to document the details of the world around me.
I’ve kept diaries for as long as I can remember, this act of elucidation sorting my feelings and thoughts, often leading to new discoveries. Hand-me-down cameras allowed me to visually record moments in time to accompany these scribblings, through pictures of family, friends and experiences. I have boxes of these photos. They are my younger-me memories.
And I’ve always paid attention to the small and fleeting things, the little moments, patterns in nature, the tiny details. My never-quiet brain plays out scenarios, stories, dreams and fears around these constant observations; it’s always been this way for me.
This innate desire to record, to document, was heightened with the birth of my daughter. I wanted to capture the emotion and vulnerability of those beautiful, fleeting moments of motherhood. I think this is when I truly fell in love with photography.
People, connection, nature, landscape & light are my fascination. I seek out those elusive glimpses of the ‘in-between’ that allude to a bigger human story. And I adore (and find great solace in) the natural world.
I photograph to share beauty. I try and capture the truth of it, the way I see it. Thanks for joining me here.