“Simplicity is a form that can only be achieved through the disciplined removal of the non-essential. I try to see past the complexity of motion to capture the subject in their most evident and indispensable moment. Like a sculptor chisels away to reveal the sculpture hidden within the stone, I remove all elements of a frame until the heart of the subject is exposed, raw, and emotionally honest.
Although the realistic vivacity of my images can mislead the eye toward a literal view of the subject, realism is not my only goal; my photography communicates the emotive power of simplicity itself. Whole worlds are suggested through the scarcest of details, suspended in time while belying their timelessness. Remove one element, and the frame collapses.
Simplicity, at its most essential, is the true essence of beauty, the place where my soul lies in wait for the one moment to reveal it all.”