A walk is not just mechanical motion but a space for critical thinking and creativity. Walking is empirical. It forces ideas beyond logic and theory. The camera always me to collect my walking thoughts. My practice values collected things as units to build communication and relationships. My photographs of everyday items, souvenirs, and interactions serve as frames to engage my life’s areas of interest or critical “open space“ including land use, domestic identity, and intentional living.
The Everyday weaves a tapistry of repetition and differences. Family, marriage, parenting, homeschooling, mothering, and housekeeping are my threads. I think a lot about domestic identity. The domestic production of space offers possibilities for creation, improvisation, and change In the personal and the political.
The Everyday can be
intentional and strategic.
I welcome commissions to photograph people, places, things, and ideas..
Seeing relationships reveals
how connected we are;
relationships bind our personal identity, family, community, and world.
Let me be your storyteller —
make your environmental portrait.