“Perhaps most intriguing of all is that it is possible to photograph what is impossible for the human eye to see – cumulative time.”
—Michael Kenna

As a long-time practicing graphic designer, I have spent many years working with images and contemplating structures of composition with image and typography. The need to satisfy my creative side is expressed through photography and the images that I am both drawn to as a viewer as well as a maker tend to be the antithesis of the crisp, grid bound, modernist typographic, graphic design that I have spent many years making.

My imagery is about time, light, motion and the layers of what happens when these elements are mixed together. Blur, expressive motion, moody edges, double exposures, and color come together to create the image I see in my mind rather than what is specifically in front of my eyes.

Statements for individual bodies of work are on each portfolio gallery page.