Still Life 2014-present

It is a surprisingly intimate experience to note the fall of light through a window onto flowers and wood, and to understand how the act of quiet observation has moved picture-makers for centuries. The more our culture incessantly saturates itself with disposable photographs, the more I seek out photography's stillness, silence, and detail.

Artists have always reflected upon life and death. The tradition of still life provides an immediate way to proceed. Sometimes, immersed in image-making, I creep up on myself, and insinuate myself into the photograph: calmly, like a reflection, ephemerally, like a ghost, with stealth, like an intruder.