Current Exhibition


on view every Saturday and Sunday 11-5pm, through March 6.

Slow Drift is a lyrical series of photographs that explores concepts of home, land, boundaries, and afterlives. Former tobacco farms in Maryland provided the starting point. I followed the reverberations of these sites on communities, topsoil, waterways, ownership, and development. Most of the photographs were made with large and medium format cameras. All of the work considers the
physicality of place, the subtleties of light and the ways that history imprints on
locations, which in turn shapes our present. This body of work has become my means to explore family and collective histories as well as a changing climate.