Ghost PathsPhotojournalism has evolved in response to an ever-changing world. While my recent work still reflects the traditional concept of the story telling image, it also aims to take an interdisciplinary approach to visual representation. All photographs are essentially ambiguous documents open to multiple meanings, but through utilizing text and other exploratory devices, it is possible to recall and re-document past events in new ways, in the present. Ghost Paths re traces the journeys taken by American Indian tribes, removed from their sacred ancestral homelands and forced westward across the American continent. The project explores what lies beneath the visible landscape; the sensations of the past and the memories that land holds."
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