Kim Weston is a fine art photographer whose diverse background has influenced her definition of art and its connectedness between people, objects, and cemeromy.
She questions how we perceive the world when illusions surround us. Art promotes presence and an opportunity to observe what's true in our lives and the discrepancy in our everyday. These layered photographic ideas are not always clear or grounded in reality. But some images leave traces and are seen as abstractions of time and space.
Kim's work analyzes ethereal connections by capturing fragments of delicate moments in process. These images represent reflections of conscious and unconscious beliefs.