I have always had the sense that, at the most elemental level, I am intrinsically part of nature. I touch the ebb and flow of the vast network of life in the forests, the basic need of water, nutrients and space. Feeling such an attachment to the natural world has lead me along an interesting ethical artistic journey.
I don't produce an image for the sake of timelines or media content. I want the photo to speak of what I feel when I'm wandering the riverbeds and forests, that perception of belonging and grace. My image must echo who I am and what I feel, particularly to reflect the honour I feel in having been allowed to wander these pathways of nature. Each image speaks to part of the soul of the land I call home, British Columbia. And each image is also a part of my soul bared for all to see.