Statement - Thin spaceĀ 
A thin sliver of focus, and a strand of spider silk snaps into view. Invisible and unseen until that moment, there is sudden awareness that they are everywhere, like tiny superhighways that flutter in and out of view.
I love making photographs in the garden and other natural spaces early in the morning, when the light is low and I can become immersed the sensory experience of the natural world around me.
There is an ancient Celtic belief that there exist places that are thin, inexplicably steeped in meaning. It is in these places or moments where the chasm between the temporal and spiritual worlds is narrow, and where one might feel a deep connection to something like a long lost collective memory. In this series I explore that idea of finding significance through heightened attention to the all but unseen connections in nature that surround us everyday.
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