Chasing light showcases projects that I work on that are just spur of the moment. A brain fart if you will. I have always had this overwhelming need to create, so I don’t always want to be under guidelines, time frames and production issues. I am not a big production type photographer. I just need my camera, a thought and a subject. So when these ideas present themselves, I want to jump right into them with no end goal, just the freedom of the organic creative outcome.
I called this Chasing Light because I am a photographer that rarely uses anything but natural or existing light. My images derive from how the light paints my subject. So I am always chasing that quintessential beam of light. Also, when I decide the subject that I am going to shoot, it usually has to do with what is on my mind at that exact time and I have to express it through imagery. It could be what I am intrigued about, turned on about or even scared to approach. Through the process, I find a bit of myself. In turn, always chasing light.