"This is the yin-yang in photography. The camera is a highly technical device, and we must understand how it functions in order to use it effectively. Creativity, on the other hand, wants to roam and wander, without constraints. I am always trying to push the capacity of my camera to create feminine, painterly photographs. I love the tension there."
"I prefer to capture work that lights me up without too much conscious thought. Afterwards, I examine the pictures to see what they are telling me. Most artists bristle at the idea of being put into a box of any sort, and I suppose I am no different."
"Creating work in several genres is exciting to me. I feel like different hemispheres of my brain are activated when I toggle between the two."
"What we need to know is inside of us. It’s all there, just trust it."
"Capturing regular people suspended in water - seeing each individual's inherent beauty regardless of their age or size - really touched me. I see the poetry we all possess. It made me fall in love with humanity."