"I see my work with reflections as a study of motion and light. My goal is to capture a feeling of a moment in time, communicating universal aspects of humanness and to bring a little light and peace into a rather complicated world."
"In 1995 I had the opportunity to study in Ireland for a year. Of course, I took a camera, but only with the intention of memorializing my adventure. It was a basic camera, one I would not miss if it ever got lost or stolen, but I soon found myself fully dependent upon its presence and longing for it whenever I left it behind. I began experimenting with composition, as well as exposure times and lighting. I became more and more adventurous with not only the style of photography but also the means to get “the shot”. It was an amazing experience and I returned home with a newfound passion. From that time forward, I have worked to master the art of image taking and discover my voice."
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