when the evidence of our tears were reborn as...
Project info

I am interested in the tension that exists in the spaces that are at once sites of trauma and sites of healing and how the land reconcile these places. . Echoing the dichotomy of the Caribbean landscape, the vital foliage cloaks the soil that nurtures and buries our histories. The land is the eyewitness to history and is complicit in the burying of evidence. This body of work is about Place and Space and the in-between.

NOTE: All the images are shot on film. The layering of the images is done in camera at the time of shooting. No digital manipulation had been done other than minor level adjustments to compensate for scanning.