I grew up warm blooded and barefooted in the southernmost US state where the idea of seasons was two dimensional to me. Since relocating to the West coast I have had the pleasure of reinventing my idea of winter and seasonal shifts in their entirety. One of my images titled "Seasonal Depression" was included in a representation of this magical transformation.
One of my favorite observations in group exhibitions is how the images work together to tell a story, what they say on behalf of one another, and how they may fill in the gaps that others create. This collaboration is one of my favorite ways in which I find inspiration. Viewing the work of others is vital to the process of creating work for yourself.
Head on over to Analog Forever Magazine to view the December 2019 Online Group Exhibition “Winter”, curated by Aline Smithson, the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Lenscratch. Thank you for the feature!