I want to take more photographs. I want to create everyday. I can’t and that can be frustrating. I am trying to figure out what about a scene draws me to it. Is it the subject matter, the light, the textures, or some intangible element? I know subconsciously I am processing what I do, I just need to sit down and think consciously about it. What elements are in one of my photographs that makes an impression on me? Figuring that out will help me be more attuned to my surroundings. I photograph the South as I see it. My vision of it is mine, it is personal and I have my own reasons to why I feel the way I do. A running theme through my work is death. It could be moral, spiritual, cultural, or physical. Death comes in many forms. It carries the connotation of sadness, but it is not always necessarily a bad thing. It is always emotional though, and I think this is what speaks to me.