New Observations; New Work

As life becomes more complicated and hurried, I find that my photographs are shifting away from projects involving people and portrait - due to the lack of time and energy to tackle the big topics I have previously loved to investigate through the camera.  Recently, I started composing abstract images that explore a split second of my day, albeit a reflection in a window as I walk to get lunch, the light spilling through the sheer curtains in the early morning, or an evening shadow in a parking lot as I make my way home.  These images have allowed me the freedom to create again and find a quiet peacefulness in the busyness and chaos of the everyday.