I have long considered myself a landscape photographer
and have always been drawn to wide open spaces. However, as the signs of
human interaction with the land have increased, so too has my interest in
these “markings”. I now often incorporate evidence of human
impact as an element in my images or, just as often, as the primary subject.
I explore the world through the making of photographs. It is a way to more fully connect with my surroundings, a way to experience the old, the new, the familiar, and the unfamiliar. I approach making photographs as one might approach foraging for food, wandering the countryside, ever observant. It is, for me, an equally necessary activity.