Passing Through (2019) Walking woodland trails, I stop overthinking everything, and I start to appreciate what’s in front of me. I feel the air on my face, hear the calls of birds, and make photographs. My years photographing the natural landscape have helped me to be a better observer indoors, as well. I watch how light enters a room, reflects off surfaces, and lights up ceilings and walls. Just as in the outdoor landscape, things change quickly, as sunlight passes through, illuminating small details and briefly casting shadows. Seeing relationships between the interiors and the landscapes that I photograph, I pair them. Joined by color and shape, a union forms and conversation begins about the indoor and outdoor spaces I inhabit.