Where We Happen to Be

I like to think of my photographs as the beginning of a dialogue. They do not necessarily explain, but they will ask questions. They are about turning right or turning left and where that takes me.  I look at these photographs and think about culture, history, and place. Walking, observing, and recording a moment, often without hesitation, connects me to the nuances of daily life wherever I am. These photographs are about the celebrations and the quiet moments, the vastness and personal introspection, the representation of who we are and where we happen to be.