My photography practice happens during busy travels. Oftentimes it is a meditative, contemplative experience. Trying to capture the presence of nature, beauty of a landscape, and an atmosphere of visited places perpetuates moments of greater openness, and
photographs can remind me later about this state of a fuller, more direct perception, experience without filters and overlays. There is also a wish to share impressions received in that receptive state with other people.
Landscape speaks to me about invisible life and transcendence of our visible world. My hope is to convey, via images and stories, something from this hidden dimension.