“Looking” is something anyone can do. It is automatic. You can’t help but look. “Seeing” is different. Seeing requires looking beyond the obvious and requires more time and attention. When we see, we are able to experience past the glimpse. This is what makes even the ordinary excitingly extraordinary.
Our sensory perception is different when we drive a car, ride a bike, jog, or take a walk. For example, you will notice a ladybug on the sidewalk and avoid stepping on it when walking, but not when you are driving.
My interests in photographic image making involves capturing what we often look at in quick and routine "glimpses", and invite the viewer to stop and see the lines, the design, the patterns, the gestures. The landscape offers a delightful quiver of elements in a variety of scenarios that offer unlimited and exciting opportunities to see.