My photographs focus on landscapes and their history. I’m drawn to pedestrian, common environments that speak to the friction between "constructed" and "natural" topographies. I often employ arboreal elements, debris, and architecture as a way to reflect on our human experience.
I see all spaces as having the potential for nuance and beauty, which is thrilling when it comes together as a photograph.
I approach my photographic craft using a documentary style that isn’t special in it’s own way - it’s quite straightforward. I consider the objects, buildings, weather and light to be historical artifacts for the viewer to consider. An exhibition of my photographs is more like a collection of clues and memories.