In November 2015 I moved to the south shore of Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I did this with the intention of creating a body of photographs in response to my sustained presence in the region. This work resulted.
These photographs give shape to my experience – the result of gradually seeing, photographing, and developing an understanding of my relationship to this landscape.

They reflect the immeasurable extent to which my surroundings are informed by the interplay of memory and perception. Landscape described in this work is not the result of passive observation, but of participation in the shape and meaning of my surroundings.  


2015 – 2018