That Was The River...

The past several years of my life have been colored by change, both positive and adverse: a new partner; a new child; loved ones that have fallen ill at an early age; friends and family departed; a life that ended before it began. For the first time in my life I am keenly aware of my own mortality.  

This body of work investigates a series of personal transitions, and the ephemeral nature of our experiences, relationships, and lives. The imagery examines, in part, looking at death not with a sense of fear but with an understanding that it is but one of life’s cycles. It is the first series that I have made in ten years that departs from the distinctive diffused printing style that has characterized my work, which has been at once challenging and liberating.