"With my abstract style of photography, I explore the beauty hidden in everyday objects, the sacred hidden in the mundane.
I am infatuated with inanimate objects long past their prime. Why? Peeling paint, wrinkled, tattered cloth, and rusted steel teach us about transience. And they impart three simple realities: nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect. I celebrate these teachings in my photographic images which reflect the Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi (an intuitive way of living that emphasizes finding beauty in imperfection and accepting the natural cycle of growth and decay).
My images are a celebration of authentic change and homage to my teachers of transience.”