I’m interested in things with which people unconsciously interact. When I take a photograph, I turn my eyes to conventionally understood subject matter with the goal of perceiving it in a new way and attempting to glimpse a previously unseen world. We interact with these things at an unconscious distance: close enough to touch, yet far enough away to apprehend. I focus my work on these objects of unconscious interaction in order to pursue new types of understanding.

Nowadays, the act of looking has become a stand-in for conventional understanding. rough photography, I turn this act into a question directed at myself, into an art object which perhaps has the potential to lead the viewer toward a new way of comprehending the world around us. Can a photograph accomplish this? My practice is a continuous process of searching for one that can.