The Continuum of Now
Artists often speak of capturing’ a scene-- an elusive moment as in the waning sunlight of a winter's day.
But attempts by photographers to express experience about the quality of place or time seem somehow, futile. In fact, the camera has it’s own way of seeing-- its own interpretation. Furthermore, the making of photographs is often a struggle with nuances of change.
As a result, we are almost always left with the camera's translation… once removed, sometimes intense or beautiful, at other times mundane. With these photos, the primary intent was not to capture or recreate. Instead, the pictures stand as records of successive instances in time... elusive moments of now.