I am still pushing into photographs that have a darkness to them. I’m trying to look into those places in between where most people don’t. Part of the story of our humanity rests in these lonely places where darkness dwells even in broad daylight and fear seeps from the very ground. To try and pull this emotion together takes a combination of locating the image to photograph and then “seeing” it through this pair of glasses. That requires a lot of post processing but I see the original image they way it ends up and the struggle is to get the image to reflect what I’m seeing when I shoot it.
I am exploring the dark nature of our minds and how the everyday can suddenly take on a look that evokes fear, terror or unease. There is so much of this in the journalistic photographs we see everyday. To think that this fear and unknowing surrounds us all the time can be a very disturbing thought.