Inescapable Belonging

A photographic dialog between landscape and humanity

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-- Artist Statement --

When people see my work, I want something in them to open.

An opening that feels elemental and familiar.

Perhaps in a place that has been long forgotten.

A place before thought - maybe in the chest.

My companion in this dialogue is Rebecca Wilson. Our lives were irrevocably changed by breast cancer; I was diagnosed when I was 32 and Rebecca lost her mother when she was 17.

Through photography, I seek to express fear, loss, surrender and grace.

Through landscape, we explore coming to wholeness after loss, and the resiliency of being human.