My photographic art is one of disclosure - using my life events as inspiration. In Torn - I am asserting my presence.
In my everyday life, I struggle to separate the guilt of motherhood and my strong need for self-identity as an artist. Functioning as confessionals, my images construct a space in which my domestic landscapes and my art collide.
Since I do not see myself through the camera lens, I must act on faith. I feel my way into the frame and begin the impossible negotiation between self as lived and the self as an artist. In the end the two are intertwined.