Our perspective of life is an interwoven tapestry of thousands of bits of information bombarding us each day. Often, we function on information overload. However, if we can extract ourselves from our daily routine, but a moment, we will discover a world filled with multifaceted imageries of life, a limitless bounty of delicate wonders.
A palm tree planted in the middle of an urban environment or the interplay of lights and shadows in sculpture and architecture can create new patterns of symmetry for us to see. Playful shadows on buildings can give pause for delight. The bloom of summer's coming, autumn's crest, winter's voice, and spring's arrival can come and go without notice.
These created art forms are life-giving, even during our darkest days. In the end, seven days a week, nature creates patterns of interpretation and visions of delight; it takes a moment of discovery to find this wonderment.
My photography seeks not only to draw out but enhance what is in front of each of us. It is transformative, finding "the road less traveled." I make every attempt to create a photojournalistic journey of the ordinary and transform them into wondering light.