You have lived in places that to the average person may feel isolated and which are very nature centric. In your visual work, are you chasing the emotions you felt when you were standing in the middle of those landscapes, looking out at the tableau that nature was offering you?
Photography for me is capturing the Spirit, the Memory, the Truth. That is so easy to plug into when you’re in a field by yourself with no one for miles and the wind pushing through you, whispering the truths and mysteries...or being on the water, looking out at nothing and everything all at once; you feel so small and insignificant but in the best way possible - humbled and centered and loved and connected to the Greater Source - God.
I moved to South Dakota not knowing a soul. The first year was the loneliest year of my life for sure, and one of the most amazing. Even at the time, I knew the loneliness was this beautiful, sacred gift I was being given.