With a strong interest in the complexity of memory and nostalgia, these images ask when does something become a memory, and what part does a photograph play in memory? To answer these questions I focus on the minimal and ordinary. There are parts of the everyday that would have no importance to a stranger but holds great significance to the owner; every object holds a memory. Natural elements are at the core of my work, creating a serene mood and striving to make the mundane become meaningful. By mostly shooting on film, this strengthens the idea of a memory becoming fixed in time. It is a personal process that involves patience and persistence.
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