I am drawn to the mystery of places that endure through irrelevance: forlorn constructs ravaged by nature, time, and the boundaries of ruin. I discover and appropriate these ‘found spaces’ to reveal the brutal beauty of decay, to revisit former grandeur, and to recall our ephemeral nature. My images explore tensions between transience–permanence, obsolescence–sustainability, and abandonment–reclamation.

Beneath the patina of corrosion is the wonder of a forgotten past. My aim is to unveil—and revere—hidden stories and historic significance. Once occupied by multitudes, these spaces now occupy only imagination.

I strive to capture scenes faithfully and undisturbed, favoring wide perspective and natural light. Large-scale prints convey presence in the liminal space of what once was, and what is now.

My hope in these acts of discovery is to confront mortality by illustrating artistry in dereliction, hope in obsolescence, and intimacy in emptiness.


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