I have always been fascinated with the temporal, transient qualities of light and the images it produces. A cloud
may pass overhead which blocks the sun. Other changes occur when the ever-rotating earth causes the angle of
light to constantly shift, therefore immediately altering the scene. Together, these elements provide us with an
This body of work explores the results from some of those brief encounters of shifting light.
Looking at the photographs the viewer might find a familiar shape, although it may appear in an unexpected
location. Or, they see an unrecognizable shape, which possesses an air of mystery to its true identity. And
finally, in some cases, the compositions of light and shadow may evoke a feeling or memory in the viewer,
maybe even one long hidden from thought.
The word “memory” can have many meanings. In this digital world we live in, mounds of information is stored on
computers possessing sufficient memory capacities. Family events are recorded on our camera’s memory
And through the action of light and shadow on our environment, the photographs of this show relate some of
those elusive and Fleeting Memories that have touched me and I hope will also strike a cord in the viewer.