My photographs are not about beauty, but I do think they are beautiful. I am interested in expressing humanness through the way the camera addresses connection, vulnerability, and explores the side of the individual that is rarely seen.
I’ve learned a visual language that spoke towards my curiosity of people and the camera’s respect for distinctiveness. My respect for Humaness and life can be noted throughout the body of my work, there is a sense of humor in my florals, I capture the flowers in in human-like pose with lighting usually reserved for breathing subjects
My portrait subjects take on a performance like quality, dignified with an air of importance and serenity. I admire the connection that I am able to achieve with my subjects through recognizing a shared exchange of vulnerability and permission – to step outside of the everyday in hopes of exposing the human condition.