Objects seem defined, but experiences are fleeting and impermanent. There is no separation in the life force, the molecules that hold us all together.
When I work with reflective surfaces and homemade camera lenses crafted from found objects, photographs reveal unnoticed space, energy and light.

Letting go of what I believe in with my eyes, allows me to pass through the wall of conceptualization and photograph what I don't habitually fixate on, to see what we are all absolutely comprised of.
Out-of-form matter appears as visual vibration, without classification in place or space. In this formless intimacy there is a chance to remain open before the construction or configuration of an object has been visually defined, before something becomes recognizable.