- I fell into photography around the time my reality fell apart. This style of photography was partially an escape from reality, and a focus on feelings. I'm terrible at showing emotion, so my work gives a partial glimpse into my mind. As photography my work is fundamentally wrong, but that just doesn't matter.
I wanted more out of photography, so my photography became an impression of reality. I like to show emotion in my work, destroy reality and create worlds that can’t be seen with honest eyes. Its sounds strange but I wanted to create art that made you feel.
- My biggest issue with photography was that I felt as if I, as a photographer was as replaceable as a lens. I had a love, hate relationship with photography. I found traditionally great images unexpressive, I felt as if they were missing something, yet I loved the spontaneity of catching a moment.
So I changed my photographs to reflect how I (or the subject) felt in a moment. I rejected all photographic rules and started taking pictures how I felt was most expressive. This led to Me becoming 'the worst photographer ever' . The work is never perfect but it's always intentional. I wanted to make pictures that tug at heartstrings, I wanted to express more than I could see.