For 35 years I have been drawn to photographing the human form in water or through reflections to reveal the complexity found within a subject. Like many things in life, one must learn how to see what isn’t there, to know how to see it and then return at a different level. In the series, “Reflecting on the Edge”, I use the transformative qualities of water to compose the images through the lens. Using a model, light, fabric and the uncanny play of reflecting light, I find visions of ethereal figures in a realm of layered, painterly color. I am...
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