Natural Findings
Project info

I work with an 8 x 10 camera and count the pictures I make as a collaborative process with family, friends and strangers who bring me snake-skins and porcupine quills often from the shoreline of my native landscape of New Hampshire. The photographs of Natural Findings began with the idea, that our early foray into the natural world, is not only innate. It is familial. When an older sibling offers up a jar of glowing fireflies, or grandmother puts a Winter Berry on your tongue, they are in a colloquial, familiar manner forging a path and beckoning to share the natural world.