I purposely slow down the instantaneity of photography, both in its production and in its reception by changing the images of nature. This results in a meditative image that reflects my own observation and memory of the place. I draw and paint on the film and engage photography in a dialogue of photographic technology and the “timelessness” of nature.
This process reflects  my reaction to the barrage of media images and a desire to slow down and observe the landscape and its subjective effect on consciousness. That effect returns as personal memory. One remembers how a place felt rather than seen. The photographs capture and record the ephemeral, the fleeting subjective appearance of nature and the ever-changing landscape of our memory.