My project, Marking Questions, documents the world around me as I attempt to make images which speak, much like poetry, on both the conscious and sub-conscious levels. I have a slowed down approach to making photographs, using film and medium format cameras, that leads to more deliberate, contemplative, yet intuitive narratives.
I find life to be mysterious and disorderly. We cannot depend upon our senses to tell us what is true, and our intellect is constantly proposing new ideas of order. The unkempt spaces of unmarked time and quiet wanderings are contemplative markers not only for my memories but for the simplicity of being human in a complex world. The blurred figures which inhabit some of my images reflect the difficulty of grasping a true question and allow for meanings that are not my own to be layered into the work.