For me, photography is a way to frame aspects of the world that can be reflected upon over time. It is an inherently personal exchange between the photographer and viewer. The photograph blurs the lines between image and self, memory and history, past, present, and future. I am drawn to its immediacy, flexibility, and possibility.
This series, Augurs, 2018, reflects on cultural artifacts that portend a post-modern world on the verge of implosion.