TAKING A HIKE THROUGH A DIGITAL DIARY
As an artist, I’m constantly drawing inspiration from things around me. I take walks everyday and use my phone as a sort of digital diary of the discoveries I make, which can sometimes be very surprising:
An oil slick in the parking lot is strangely reminiscent of my own shadow.
Here's the inside of an old abandoned house I stumbled across. I'm drawn to the visual aspect of disorder within order.
If you look near the base of this rock wall at the beach, you can see a large rectangular opening that mirrors the window frame in the picture to the left.
Meanwhile, back at the house, there's a bit of nostalgia waiting for me.
The hills, and our memories are alive with texture...