Perched upon the cliffs, high above the sea and shrouded in mist, lies Raven's Point. Standing defiantly in a far northeastern archipelago, it is a mysterious, unspoiled place where the winds are strong and the unabated isolation even stronger.
This fog-shrouded “aloneness” is my inspiration to blur the line between the real and the imagined, seeking truths in the lonely landscape to project the sense of a disturbed moment.
Images that are at once ambiguous and specific – a dark path, an illuminated window, a grey-streaked vista – form a narrative of separation. It is a collection of views that hint at something more; an examination of the layered mystery and vulnerability that can define a space. It is my hope that in experiencing these illusive and fragmentary images, viewers will reconstruct their own sequence of events.