The photographs that I make have perceptual filters. They exist on a spectrum of universal truths that do not experience reality directly but instead through the influence of my attitudes and past experiences. Through reshuffling my connections with other people, situations, the landscape and even objects, I can study my own nature and culture. 

While retelling the narratives of emotional life can be really personal, I am always searching for meaning beyond myself and toward dualities and glimpses of a bigger picture. By elevating ordinary moments into contemplative states, I try to understand the unending and tireless cycles of life. I rely heavily on my intuition to navigate these dualities and I allow the camera to be guided by my intuition. I am interested in reaching far beyond the pairs of opposites that life presents plainly. As it turns out, opposites are not really opposites at all, instead they are just two sides of the same thing.