I believe people are connected to their spaces. The cultures and societies we as humans have formed, are mirrored in our cities, towns, and landscapes. We have constructed them is an interaction with our feelings, beliefs and the outward personification of interior thoughts and feelings.
Our spaces have become visible stories of whom we are, constructed to comfort and form the societies they encapsulate.
While often documentary at first glance, my work is about the feeling held in the place or image. It works not just as a visual narrative, but a larger metaphor for a discourse about emotion. It goes beyond just a social observance on my part, to engage the viewer in a dialogue about how I was feeling while in the location and how the viewer is feeling in relation to the artwork.