I spend a lot of my personal time documenting my fixations; be it in the depths of nature, a block away from home or within the shapely manifestations in people. In my work, there tends to be a convergence regarding visual balance, isolation, and a sense of silence. I like to think I am on a personal journey of Zen when I find myself exploring with my camera in-tow. With no clear intention in mind, I allow myself to surrender to what compels me to press the shutter. In addition to the process of developing my film, scanning the negatives, and converting them into printable images, I see photography as a discipline and the art as a form of seeing. When I am fully immersed in my craft, I am at peace.