Piece description from the artist
From "A Hole in the River", a photographic series of in-camera multiple exposures contesting the separation of memory and actual experience in association with the loss of parents, loved ones and friends. Through the correlation between shape & line, contrast & color, clarity of detail & obscurity of focus—an intense personal dialogue is created. Common landscape forms are deconstructed by this process of layering multiple image captures in one singular exposure and re-assembled by their new relationships of pattern, texture & form. Immutable elements like earth, air and water are reimagined as one continuum, blurring the perception of separation between existence and the memory of it.