This series is inspired by my poem ‘Meet Me in My Dreams”. Set in a fairytale landscape, I use young people to celebrate the universal feeling of limitless potential of youth. The ghostlike figures are reflections of the later years. They suggest the feeling that one is beginning to disappear and yet still present and powerful. The work speaks to family, memory, and the ethereal passage of time. The images are created using wet plate collodion. I scan and enlarge them to enhance the organic qualities of the medium. ”Meet Me in My Dreams” Walking through the forest of my...
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