Moving beyond the subject of a photograph, my work is a constant inquiry into how various processes, from capture to print, to experiential installation shift what a photograph is, and more importantly, transform how we see. 


Each project is a means for me to expand my image-making and my thinking about what it is to document landscapes of the mind by continuing throughout my practice to ask the question, “What if?” What I see in my mind and through the lens interacts in ways that effect perception and disrupt a search for the familiar, producing a mix that sets in motion a process toward an unknown end.


Revealing or obfuscating what we see, believe we see, or intimating the presence of what we can’t see informs my work and drives my process in the search for the elusive edge between perceived reality and the vast dimensions of imagination.