The way I photograph is strongly connected to the human experience, both spiritual and physical. The human body and our feelings and emotions are the core elements of my work and the way I use images for storytelling. ‘Home is not a place, it’s a feeling’ is a series of memories that serve as a reminder of the immense gratitude that I feel on the ever-changing journey that is life. ‘Life is a matter of a miracle that is collected over time… so much of our experience is intangible, so much of what we perceive cannot be expressed.’ Each photograph in the series is part of a dream, a reflection or representation of this magical, ineffable experiences and feelings. At heart, this project is a meditation on togetherness, freedom and love.
Home is not a Place, It’s a Feeling
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