“My photographs from the series World Was in the Face of the Beloved are about a character who is becoming one within a given landscape. She is someone who is okay with where she is in the world, while at the same time, she questions her place in the universe. She is my protagonist. There is certainly the suggestion of spiritual tranquility in the photographs. I want my photographs to offer a respite from all the courser conundrums of humanity.
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