We expect to see something literal in a photograph. An object, a place, a person.
In my photography, I break from this idea of representation, attempting to lose the physicality of the object while capturing the intangible qualities of light.
Light becomes the subject matter with rich palettes and patterns, and with layered rhythms and textures. Reality recedes and fragmented glimpses of abstract beauty float in the darkness.
The camera captures the mysterious ‘otherness’ of an unseen realm.