Horizons, is a collection of landscape photographs that explores the threshold between minimal abstraction and realism. Despite the lack of clarity, a few recognizable details tether each scene to reality. The most recognizable of these details is the horizon line, which remains a stable constant across each piece.
I’m personally drawn to the fleeting and dream-like quality of each of these landscapes. They remind me of memories, dreams, or moments blinded by uncertainty – all of which contain a fair amount of ambiguity. At the time these pieces deviated from my tendency to focus on the rich details of a scene. The act of creating them became a personal exercise in embracing ambiguity, an exercise I've carried through my body of work since.