Toronto specializing in contemporary photography



Artist Statement

My work investigates issues of place, time and memory by exploring how the environment in which I live guides my views and perceptions. By studying historical aspects of a region I hope to weave together a visual narrative that can convey my internal response to the experience of the external world I encounter.

Darkwood is about how I interact visually and emotionally with the landscape of the Pacific Northwest and how it can make me feel both empowered and insignificant in just a single glance. I have a simultaneous respect, wonder and fear for this landscape and is an attempt to create images that convey the psychological space between my real and imagined fear. This closer examination of the sublime and beauty in nature led me to be influenced by the writings of Edmund Burke and Immanuel Kant as well as the paintings of J.M.W. Turner and Caspar David Friedrich who were also influenced by Kant and Burke’s writings.

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Philadelphia Art Museum