Sense of Place

It takes a lot of dreaming to understand a stretch of still water. – Gaston Bachelard

When I immerse myself in the in-between world of my surroundings, I become attuned to the stories that reside there, as I bear witness to their tales. Churches convey their narratives with a certain solemnity; halls whisper secrets in hushed tones; the trees stand as silent sentinels, guarding all who pass by; vines seem to moan as they resist the end of their hibernation, and cacti come alive with a dance when they think we’re not looking. and even a simple curve in the road seems to cry out for attention. It’s about looking beyond the surface and delving into the essence of the natural and man-made world. It’s a realm where dreams and imagination intertwine, where we are captivated by the enchanting songs that surround us.

Pigment prints 15″ x 15″ to 3′ x 3′

Sense of Place

It takes a lot of dreaming to understand a stretch of still water. – Gaston Bachelard

When I immerse myself in the in-between world of my surroundings, I become attuned to the stories that reside there, as I bear witness to their tales. Churches convey their narratives with a certain solemnity; halls whisper secrets in hushed tones; the trees stand as silent sentinels, guarding all who pass by; vines seem to moan as they resist the end of their hibernation, and cacti come alive with a dance when they think we’re not looking. and even a simple curve in the road seems to cry out for attention. It’s about looking beyond the surface and delving into the essence of the natural and man-made world. It’s a realm where dreams and imagination intertwine, where we are captivated by the enchanting songs that surround us.

Pigment prints 15″ x 15″ to 3′ x 3′