The landscape series are observations of air and space. Negotiation of the image requires close reading of subtle details: light, atmosphere, scale, foreground, background, the recognizable and the indiscernible. The images create a minimalist stage for a subjective narrative allowing a fluidity of interpretation on subsequent readings.
The horse images are contemplations of our intersections with horses: the evidence of our relationships, the accoutrement of specific equine disciplines. Horses remain vital working partners in many cultures and the ancient horse /human relationship continues to play a significant but complex role in contemporary affluent societies.
Buildings Things photographs are part of a series Becoming/Unbecoming that records configurations of materials made during the construction of spaces as well marks and deterioration left by use over time.
While the majority of my work is photographically based, I frequently exercise a continuing investigation of found materials re-purposed for new expressions. This has included discarded household detritus, appropriated newspaper images, purloined office supplies, sounds and dead animals delivered by my cats.