The breakup of a partnership, the loss of a parent, or a change of spiritual identity are times we experience grief, loss, elation, surrender, and in these moments, sacred spaces are found. By virtue of our humanity, these spaces are shared collectively and yet they are deeply private and intimate for each of us, and hardly if ever, shared.
The exploration of these inner landscapes takes the form of digitally manipulated, conceptual photography. Photography brings a complete realism, and thus relatability, it captures a scene and a moment exactly as it is. Manipulation merges the ineffable into real, raw human experience, expressing both the spiritual and physical aspects of these spaces.