It’s interesting to note that although it’s called “Life” in the Midwest, there is an obvious absence of humankind in these images. That’s because the “life” I am referring to is not humanity, but rather, my observations made as I absorb my surroundings. The locations recorded are important to me as a personal history of where I live, the roads I travel, and the memories I draw from my experiences. Familiarity is a common theme in my life, however, unfamiliarity is the catalyst that leads to unexpected images. The camera is my tool by which I create the art of visualization. It helps me...
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