Observations contains images that are new work compiled of both viewing and contemplation.
By both isolating moments and assembling them in unison a further investigation and engagement of discursive moments interweaves these concerns. There is an inherent balance between the concrete representational nature that photography stems from and its continued divergence into a deconstruction and abstraction that leads to further looking and contemplations. By utilizing this way of looking at existing dynamics and personal dispositions, this work addresses the importance within this contemporary moment to examine oneself and their surroundings in multiple facets. These considerations speak to larger concerns relating to existence, racial melancholia, love, self-reflection, inherited trauma, moving past grief and how they address the viewing and photographing process.