Fog on the First Day
photograph, 44 x 30 in.
Fascinated by the complication of past and present, I photograph transient moments which isolate the mystery that makes up our lives. Conscious of the passing of time and our individual perception of the present, I investigate the reality of our days that quickly and almost immediately vanish as we make revolutions around the sun. This collection of days is documented through fleeting clarity and recognition, emphasizing our own internal experience and the ways we find ourselves sharing this subjective experience with others.