Photography is inherently about time. With the click of a shutter, a moment is seized but the image captured has passed. Time, our perception of it, and memory are important and unifying elements in my various bodies of work. In these photographs of the sidewalk in front of my house, I examine mundane changes that surround us daily. These often overlooked permutations are indicative of passing time, changing seasons, and weather variations. Like much of my artwork, this piece examines details of quotidian life and represents larger concepts. A fluid sense of time and place is a defining aspect of my artistic practice.
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