A Mother's Love
This series opens up the cabinets, unboxes, and dusts off the things my Mother has given me throughout the years. Born out of the frustration with dwindling home space filled with items I didn't use, these everyday items morphed from something mostly forgotten in storage and taking up space, to an appreciation for the meaning of inheritance and legacy with which the items were given. This was a cathartic process of freeform pattern creation with the items that took anywhere from one hour to eight hours each to intricately make and photograph. Each image was photographed on 4x5 Kodak Ektar color film, sometimes from 20 feet off the ground.