Sealegs (2019)


I am interested in finding my sealegs. I need my sealegs to stay balanced between all that I know and all that I see, especially as I remain adrift among an infinite swamp of imagery. I glance up at a person walking toward me on the sidewalk and their image comes to me, quick and clean and describing haphazardly, a fragment. I stare at a lover for months and struggle, caught in between comprehension of him and my image of the others waiting. Wandering through my images I come to recognize and gain control over their power to amplify, filter, and suppress how I imagine the world around me.

Sealegs contains 80 color photographs, 2 black-and-white photographs, and one essay.