Quiet Repose; a black and white study of a child at rest is just one example of what drew me to photography as a craft so many years ago. Occasionally, I find an old photo that reminds me why taking photographs became a habit now processed daily. The play of lighting on something precious, so loved at that moment I had captured her to never forget the stillness and innocence found there.
Scenes that appear and are gone before we have a chance to register their importance still draws me forward. I want to remember a moment of importance to me. Capturing a scene, fixing it in my mind is a way to see how far our lives have come.