Up to this point, my life has been marked by what seemed to be two different quests.
The first – an internal one – taking me through the depths of my soul, forcing me to look and accept both the light and the darkness emanating from it.
The second – an external one – pushing me further out into the world, as honestly and authentically as I can possibly be.
Throughout this journey, photography has remained with me as a way of gauging the relationship between these two aspects of myself.
In the end, both quests have led me here, to a place in which I am comfortably uncomfortable with exposing the inner workings of my being, confident that what I found was more than just a method for taking what I thought were “pretty” photos.
What I found was Meaning.