Transcending the confines of the present moment, these images blur the lines of time and space revealing an emotional landscape. Honest and yet wildly blind in the recognition of reality, the images are suffused with warmth, tenderness, and a mysterious light. Amongst these honest meanderings is a collection of loves, longings, and losses, dreams and despairs. Nostalgic for a moment that has not yet been and yet acutely aware of it’s inevitable disappearance. Full of quiet turbulence and mercurial emotion the visual overlappings beg for the audiences’ interpretation. Essentially the images become psychological portraits, like research into the formation of impulses, reflections, vulnerability, the awareness of the moment, and the horror of sudden absence. The layers of projection within the photographs confound the transparent recording of the real. The imagery is not the visual records of daily existence but rather the expressive capability of the artist’s imagination intertwined with the richness and intimacy of her own life.